I finally got out to the range today for the first time since I got my C9 for Christmas. A good time all around, my brother is in from New York (he's in the Coast Guard, but getting out soon) so I went with him, his wife, and my father. We took two 12 gauges (his new mossy 500 pump and my dad's old mossy side by side), my C9, Davis P-380, and Remington 597, and my dad's Springfield 22 rifle and H & R 22 revolver. Lots of lead down range. Now to my question, during rapid fire it seemed that the 7th round would stovepipe in the chamber. The first 6 would fire flawlessly, then the 7th would jam. Not always but more often then not (and not due to limp wristing). I did bend the feed lips of the mag when I got it so it would cycle by hand with no problems so I might have opened them a little too much. Anyone have any ideas why this might be happening? Also it's not the spring because I let it sit for a few weeks full to break it in, and when it did stovepipe, I'd load the same round back into the mag and fire the last 2 rounds and they'd go with no problem. Thanks in advance for any info. Also for anyone curious about the Davis P-380, it's an older gun but the first time I've been able to shoot it. It preformed flawlessly with both round nose and hollow point ammo, no complaints there. I was kind of surprised that it kicks a little more than the C9, gotta be the smaller frame. It stays on the nightstand with hollow points in it for the time being since I don't have hp 9mm yet.