I recently had my own rendition of this story. At our last race in Birmingham, some of the crew were lounging by the pool after dinner at Longhorn. I had my Kahr PM9 on my ankle as I had the whole trip. (Don't you just love Alabama carry laws?) Someone decided that I needed to go swimming too. Nevermind that I was actually wearing nice clothes with my wallet and cell phone in the pockets. He must have REALLY thought I needed the dunk, because It took him about 40 seconds to wrestle me in even after we both crashed though the plastic fence and into the bushes. I probably should have been REALLY angry about it, but I always seem to remain calm when people do stupid stuff. Anyhow, I went back to my room and field stripped and dried my pistol as best I could, put on dry clothes, and reloaded into my IWB holster. The next morning I returned to my ankle holster. All seemed well until I got home and found a small amount of water and rust on the slide release leaver and b it of rust in between the chambered round and the striker. I scrubbed everything, blew it out with compressed air, oiled, reassembled, and went to the range. All seven of the Hydrashoks that got dunked fed and fired perfectly. As did the following 350 rounds of FMJ, except for a few failures to return to battery (mostly when shooting weak side only) and two failures to feed. I still felt squeamish about the possibility of rust, so I took it to David at Adventure Outdoors today to have him look it over. I'll let you all know what he finds when I pick it up tomorrow.