Ok, so I been having my Hi-pont C9 for a good little while now (time not important) and after getting it, I was really "laxadaisy" about shooting it. Up until my gf purchased me a Sig Sauer Sp2022 for a gift. I decided to bring both pistols out for some range time. Even after hearing all the c9 mag horror stories, still I spent my hard earned cash. Long story short, i put about 100rounds throught it and I have three 10rd mags and three 8rd. One of the 10 rd mags jammed every other rd, another 10 rd mag had about 3 or 4 FTF, and last 10 rd was flawless. Same story with the 8 rd mags pretty much 2 ran like shizah and one was flawless. Now i heard that the mags are too narrow and pinches the round so you should get needle-nosed plyers and gently pry open the mouth of the mags. Ok, first off, NO company or manufacturer, let alone firearms, should release their product to the general public and still not have a finished product. Meaning, the consumers, who spent their time and money out of their day for a supposed "finished product", have to come up with ways for it to actually work properly. Summary here is why hipoint, after hearing countless stories about your mags constantly malfunctioning, continue to sell these without making some kind of a adjustment. Don't get me wrong, the actually gun works flawlessly, its a beast. The mags are a totally different story on its own. MKS please step in and suggest they make better mags...make that announcment and watch sales rise!