Last week I took my wife to the indoor range and she shot my 9PF. She shot 2-7 round mags of 124 gr at 5 yards. My targets have a 5" red center and she was able to keep the 1st 11 rnds in the red. She dropped the last 3 as the recoil in the light gun was beating her up. That part was fine but she had several failures to feed. The slide closed but the rnd did not strip from the mag. I only brought one mag and I had some ftf also. This is my carry gun and had not had any problems with the 124 gr prior. I cleaned and put the gun away and am carrying my G36. I took the 9PF to the range this afternoon after buying some RWS 124 gr rnds. Turns out the bullets were magnetic and I could not use them on the range. I bought a box of American Eagle 147 gr to try at $15. I was not giving him $25 a box for $15 a box ammo. I used my other mag 1st. I loaded 7 in the mags and 1 in the chamber. The 3rd rnd failed to strip from the mag. The mag was seated properly. The rest of the box ran flawlessly. I am going out to the outdoor range possibly tomorrow and run the 124 grns. Both mags ran perfectly after the one ftf. One thing I noticed is the recoil from the 147 gr rnds was not as sharp and the gun was much more controllable. I was shooting at 7 yards and 45 were in the 5" center. I pushed 5 rnds down just below the red center. My fault. All were in a 6" group. I was firing quickly trying to get the gun to malfunction. I am still carrying the G36 until I get the 9PF trust worthy again. Now I need to find some 147 gr HP rnds to try out. Any ideas??