After cleaning my brand new 19 (Gen 2 I think - I live in Calif.) according to the owner's manual (6 drops of oil), I took it to the local indoor range to run some ammo through it. I started with a box of Remington 115 FMJ, then did one magazine each of Remington 115 HMJ, Remington 124 Golden Saber HMJ, and finally some Cor-Bon 115 +P HMJ - 80 rounds total. I had several FTF (failure to feed) malfunctions - about 6 total - and all with the Remington 115 FMJ ammo. Everything else worked flawlessly. The Remington 124 Golden Saber HMJ seemed to perform best and appeared to be most accurate - the Cor-Bon's were pretty good too (they should be for that price!). I won't get too worked up about the FTF's - yet. I'll run some more FMJ though the weapon and, if I continue to have problems, try eliminating a bad magazine as a source first. Any thoughts on what may be the problem here?