Got the wife a Ruger SR9C today and we took it to the range. I happen to like the SR series of rugers, we have 3 of them now. Here is the problem. I had Winchester 9mm and Remington 9mm fmj. When we shot the Winchester there were several times that we had a fail to fire. Kept the pistol pointed down range for about 30 second, dropped the mag and ejected the round in the chamber. The primer was struck. This happened several times with the Winchester. The remington 9mm fired flawlessly. The Range owner told me that the Winchester stuff, I got it at wallys world was no good because of the crimping of the shell casing where it meets the round (ballons out a bit) and that what happens when it loads a round after firing and ejecting, the round does not completely load and that the firing pin strikes the primer but because the shell isn't all the way into the chamber the firing pin merely pushes it in a bit further and still leaves a dimple in the primer. I could plainly see a marked difference in the construction of the wallys world winchester ammo and the remington umc ammo. Like I said, not a problem with the remington stuff. Has anybody else had this problem with wallys winchester 9mm. Could anything be wrong with the SR9C that it won't always fire the winchester or is it more than likely the ammo. If the ammo, what should I do with it? Will other 9's fire it fine?