Finally got a chance to take my new PM9 out, and run some rounds through her. Picked her up at B&H Gunrack for $564. My progression of guns that I was looking at but eventually lead me to the PM9 was the LCP, TCP, DB380, P380, and then PM9. I was turned off by the scarcity of the .380 ammo, and figured it'd be easier to get a pocket 9mm and not have to buy different ammo since I already had an XD9SC. I then cleaned and prepped it like others suggested on Kahrtalk, and came away with 0 FTF, FTE's, or any type of malfunctions.
Flawless through about 2-300 rounds of ammo from WWB White Box, CCI Blazers, RUAG, and Federals. I would mix the rounds in the magazine as well just to see if I could get any malfunctions. Also had a buddy of mine, who is a relatively new shooter, try the PM9 to see if he might get any malfunctions, and none whatsoever on his end either.
Didn't get a chance to try out any self defense ammo, but will post that up when I get more. I was a lil worried at first after reading different posts about other people's first time experiences with the PM9, but I can honestly say, I trust this gun as much as I trust my XD (which has also been flawless for me) I got a chance to shoot them both together, and the recoil on the PM9 is definitely much more snappier than the XD, but isn't as bad if you use the extended mag. Trigger pull takes some getting used to, but very smooth.
I wanted to sell the XD since I was going to carry the PM9 almost all the time from here on out, but it's such a silky smooth gun that I have to keep it.
Anyhow, below Pic is from 20' away, using the 6rd Mag first time shooting it.
And then a whole cluster of mess below in chronological order. Got a lil ugly the further away it got, but that should get better with more practice.
Circles are 20'/6rd mag (as pictured previously)
Squares 20'/7rd mag
Triangles 30'/6rd mag
Backslash 30'/7rd mag
Equal sign 40'/6rd mag
Straight Line | 40'/7rd mag.