The weather has been pretty warm in my neck of the woods for the past week. Yesterday was right around 90 degrees and clear with very light breezes, so I took the opportunity to hit the range. For two years my TS4595 has been one of my favorite range toys, and up until yesterday it has been infallible. I've never had any issues with reliability regardless as to what brand or type of ammo I've run through it, and it's always been accurate. Well here's how my day went yesterday ........ I actually had more FTF's and FTE's than these, but didn't take pics of all of them. The double feeds resulted in slamming the following round into the chamber hard enough to push the bullet into the case. After nine different mags, all of which exhibited problems, I decided to pack it up and shoot other toys. None of the mags exhibit any feeding problems in my 1911, so I seriously doubt that the problem is the mags, certainly not nine of them. All mags fit reasonably well, and the last time I shot it with these mags (and same ammo) I didn't have any problems. I was a little frustrated and didn't want to waste time taking the gun apart and identifying the problem, so I just bagged it and put it in the truck and shot some other toys. I had other things to do later in the afternoon, so no real time for anything but shooting. I'm going back out to the range on Monday, so I'll do a tear down and inspection this weekend to hopefully identify and correct the problem.