Well, I recently purchased a High-Point C9, took it out to the ol' range the same day. I had done a little bit of studying regarding this pistol before I purchased it, so I knew the potential risks of buying (aka it might be a jam-o-matic). I was SOOO hoping to be one of those guys to be here telling you all how I put 1000 rounds downrange with it with no problems whatsoever. I'm not one of those lucky SOBs. lol. I knew it may be finicky about ammo, so I grabbed some Remington 115gr and Winchester 115gr (basically what they had at The Beast aka Walmart). Started off with the Winchester, I remembered reading somewhere that it may be best loading the 8rd clip with 7rds instead, until it's broken in. So I did that. First shot fired like a champ. The next round was loaded into the chamber, BUT the trigger wasn't back in the ready position. So I had to eject that (good) round and load another. Fired that round, then the same thing, the next round was a no go. Basically, it wouldn't fire every other round. So, I decided to try the Remington ammo. Same problem. Well, I was half expecting to have problems, maybe not every other round, but yeah. Remembering that many of you say it has a break in period I decided to just shoot/eject/shoot/eject until I fired a couple of hundred rounds through it. Maybe smooth out the issues. I swear it started having MORE issues after I fired about 60 rounds. Double feeding, firing once out of every three rounds sometimes. It got dark and I decided it was time to consult the experts. I have everything I need to polish the feed ramp and tweak the mag. But, IDK...what do you guys think I should do? I know from the high praise I've heard from some that this is capable of being a wonderful pistol so what do you guys think is the best course of action for making that happen? Thanks in advance for the help.