Took my ATI-995 apart the other day to put on new foregrip. While apart, took the time to clean and lube. Took to the range today to site it in - which was very easy - this gun is SWEET! BUT - after three mags worth, the action started to hangup. I pulled it to load first cartridge, it stopped after about quarter inch. Huh? Removed mag, reset everything, reload, pull slide, stick. Hmmmm. Remove mag, operate slide, and sure enough, it's now binding at the rear of travel. I can push it forward, but it won't go forward on it's own reliably. Crap. Gun in back, collect targets, curse a bit and come home. Anyone have this happen? If so, potential causes? Fixes? Beer? EDIT...... IT was sticking on a bent firing pin!! That's interesting. How'd I bend a firing pin? So probably shouldn't have done this, but I grabbed a screw driver and bent it back! Now the action moves with no issues. So should I replace the pin? Call for a spare? Could the pin have been bent by trying to charge a magazine that wasn't inserted the whole way, and catching on a jammed cartridge? What's the meaning of life anyhow? All input welcome!