Upon disassembly after my first shoot for inspection and to polish the feed ramp on my 4095, I found a bent firing pin. I didn't have any light strikes or failure to fire incidents with it at the range thank goodness. Even though I should be aggravated, I find this "getting everything right" phase of ownership (I had FTF issues that had to be fixed by tuning mags and polishing ramp) interesting and kind of fun, like a project car. I would much rather do the repairs myself rather then sending it in and waiting for my carbine. From reading some of your posts, I believe that is the spirit of a true Hi-Point owner and I'm OK with it. I guess I'm a realist and know that a $300 rifle isn't an HK or a custom rifle. Once MoM sends me the pin and I install it, the bugs should be all worked out and I'm looking forward to smooth sailing ahead.