So I took out the 45 to the range yesterday, and I seem to be having my first issue with the JHP 45. Every magazine I seemed to have one or two stovepipe rounds jam up the gun. I had to drop the mag and cycle the slide in order to clear the jam. It also seemed harder to get the first round into the chamber; I had to tap the back of the slide in order to get the slide to return to battery. When I look inside the chamber, it seems there is a line going up the feed ramp where some of the chrome or whatever it is has come off, leaving a black finish (kinda forms a triangle shape). I'm wondering if part of the feed ramp has chipped away somehow, causing the shells to bounce off that at an angle and stovepipe as the round is being loaded into the chamber. No double loads, just one round doing this at a time, but it does cause the gun to stop functioning until I drop the mag and clear the chamber, then reload and cycle the slide, tap the slide from the back into battery, then the rest of the magazine usually is OK, until the next mag. When I get home tonight, I'll take pictures with the good camera and post them so people can see what I mean. I'm not too worried, because if nothing else, I'll send it in and let Hi Point take care of me, but since the gun functions, would I have to send it through an FFL? Hmm..... :?