So I took out my new Kahr PM9 tonight. Before I begin, I know there is a 200 round break in, which I'm currently working on.
Alright, loaded up the 3 magazines.......fired off about 3 rounds.......then a FTE (failure to eject, hope I'm using the right lingo). Drop the mag, empty, put the mag back, recock the slide......fire once......FTE. I tried locking the slide back with an empty magazine, I tried racking it manually. I basically shot my new pistol single shot for 40 rounds.
Out of sheer frustration, I went to the car and emptied one of my mags on my Ruger P89 with basic Winchester White Box JHP, hoping it was the CCI Brass' fault. I come back, load it up. It empties the mag without a hitch. I reload the CCI, and fire off about 40 rounds without a hiccup as well. I left feeling much better but I was quite frustrated to say the least for awhile. I came home tonight and gave the gun a good lubrication (which in hindsight, I didn't do before I went out earlier), and plan to shoot up 50 rounds at lunch tomorrow. Maybe the latter good fortune will continue. I ordered 300 rounds of Winchester White Box that I'm definitely looking forward to its arrival.
As some of you mentioned earlier, this puppy definitely isn't a range gun in the normal sense of the word. I've got a couple of nice blisters for evidence. The trigger will definitely take some getting used to, and the blister had me flinching at the end. Looks like lots of practice ahead for me. Fun shooting (when it finally did!), but I believe I may be adding the Agrip that I've seen some folks on here with. Your comments or experience is welcomed.