I just traded for a 995 classic yesterday and took it out to test it. 100 rounds down range, trouble free. I took it apart a bit to see how dirty it was. Got the covers off and lifted out the whole assembly from the frame, but didn't separate the barrel or break it down any further. Put it back together and installed a red dot on it that was supposed to be for a shotgun to see if I could make it work. Took it out this morning and tried to zero the red dot, but it was way low even at five yards while adjusted to the max up it would go. The gun was still firing fine, but I only put down 15 rounds or so while checking the red dot. Went and bought a different red dot and installed, and went back to the range to zero it. First round chambers, and click. I work the charging handle, but nothing ejects and it gets stuck trying to feed a second round. Drop the mag, and both bullets drop free. Try again, same results. Click, pull back the charging handle and nothing ejects, it tries to pick up a second round and gets stuck. Third try. Click. This time I dropped the mag first and pulled back the charging handle. I notice the round is stuck on the extractor. As I work the handle back and forth, the bullet follows. It chambers and unchambers but won't eject. I get my screwdriver and pry it off, and it's not all that marked up, just a tiny scratch on the primer area. I tried some more with three different mags, which were all working this morning, but they all did the same thing. I'm not sure what could have happened between the time I was shooting this morning and now, but clearly I have some kind of issue. I would think that it has to do with taking it apart yesterday, and maybe somehow assembling wrong, but since it worked this morning I'm skeptical about that. Because I'm a Hi Point noob, and it's only my second day with the gun, I certainly could be doing something incorrectly, but I can't think of what it might be. I'm hoping a veteran of these guns can point out my rookie mistake.