My wife's DB9's morning at the range.
Ok, first no laughing at the "purple gun". It's my wife's and she likes it. Second this is my first range report so go easy on me, I am aware that it will not be as good or as complete as others I've read here.
So this is actually the second time this little gun has been on the range. First time was plagued with FTE's. After coming home and doing some research, I decided that my wife was probably limp wristing the gun. Second day, me and the little purple gun at the range to put as many rounds through it as I could to break it in. First 50 rounds flew down range with no malfunctions, even with my mother-in-law firing a couple clips. Opened the second white box of Winchester 115 grain and the problems commenced. 9 misfeeds and 6 misfires out of a hundred rounds. Oh, and one "I don't know what the heck to call it". A round jammed up about half way into the chamber and had to be pried out with a screwdriver (hard to do with no slide lock). Turns out it was a badly crimped, misshaped round. Scary part was when I chambered the next round, the bullet head, which had gotten stuck in the barrel, popped out the muzzle. After some troubleshooting I realized all the misfeeds happened with the same magazine. All in all I think that the problems were caused by a faulty mag and a possibly bad ammo batch. Unfortunately I was unable to start on the second white box as dad-in-law started having chest pains (he's fine). At this time I would say that I would not be confident in letting me wife use this gun for protection as I haven't pinpointed the problem as not being with the gun itself. It is a fun little thing to plink away with. Good accuracy, manageable recoil for being so light. Hopefully I will find that there is no fault with the gun itself and that my wife will not have pissed away her hard earned money.