Well, I was going to wait until the 45 carbine was released but decided to go ahead and get the 9mm since I already have a C9 and like the idea of having both guns for the same round. So my son and I went by the gun shop this morning, this is the same shop where I got my pistol. Anyway they had one 995 in stock. It cost me $179.00 NIB. I also picked up an extra clip for it. I then went by Wal-Mart and bought 200 rounds of WWB range ammo. I started off at 25 yards just to see what it fired like. The first clip went through smoothly and I shot a reasonable 6" group using the iron sights as they were, straight from the box. As you guys will know with the 115 grn WWB the gun has little recoil. Easy thing to shoot. Well regrettably it was all downhill from there. I put in the 2nd clip, and the 2nd round out of it failed to load properly. I cleared that and the next round shot, but the following one wouldn't load right. At this point I figured it was a clip problem so I reloaded the original one and tried it. Same thing, about every other round would FTF. Finally after having poor results with both clips I decided to start experimenting a little. What I finally got to work somewhat was just loading 5 rounds in each clip. If the first round loaded properly after racking the bolt then the rest of the clip would usually feed. All in all I shot about 70 rounds through it this way. Pretty aggravating. Instead of concentrating on shooting and having fun I spent most of the time anticipating a misfire. :x So, what does it sound like the issue is? Do you guys think it's clip related or the gun itself? I'd certainly appreciate your alls input on this. :wink: Thanks in advance.