Well, it finally happened. This spring my wife finally decided it was time for her to have a "house gun." She has shot, but isn't a shooter, if you get my meaning, so we went to the range and shot everything I could get my hands on. .38 snubbies (2), Model 19 .357, Bersa 9mm, SCCY 9mm, Glock 17 and HP in both .380 and 9. Yeah, she picked the HP C9. AND she put her first 5 from that (borrowed) gun inside the 8 ring at 15 yards! "I like this. It doesn't kick and it shoots well." So, today she became the proud owner of a brand new C9. I've read that the break in period is between 100 and 150 rounds. Any comments? I also see that a lot of you reload, as do I. Any problem shooting reloads for break-in? I already slugged the barrel, so I know my current cast load should work without leading. Next stop, a .45 for me.