Just got back from shooting my .380acp for the second time at an indoor range. I rotated three brands of ammo (Federal Champion, Remington UMC, Pow'RBall) across three different magazines. All went well with no misfeeds or misfires. The gun did tell me on a couple of occasions not to be wimpy in racking the slide. Pulling it back and letting it go full force worked all the time. I did adjust a half of turn on the rear elevation sight screw and a half a turn on the right-left screw, after the first shot pattern indicated it was shooting just a little low and to the left. It was fine after that. I know what Mom says about cleaning, but I guess it's just force of habit that I cleaned and lightly oiled the CF380 when I got home. The indoor range was really neat. It had several strips of tape on the downrange floor but I did not see a distance measurement. I shot at the target when it was over the first and second markings which looked about right to me. At the end found I was shooting at 15 and 30 feet. I used several targets and posted one below. I'm retired on a fixed income and the High Point proved to be a good choice for me. It shoots great with no problems.