I recently got a lightly used p22 for Christmas. I didn't clean it as I was told it had been cleaned/oiled before he gave it to me. First time out, we kept having problems with it stove-piping or not loading the next round. Sure, I was using some cheap blazer stuff that might not have been "high velocity", but it was inconsistent about it. I'd fire 20 rounds just fine, then it'd fail on the next shot, or maybe only fire 3 then fail. I do remember that they were copper coated rounds, not just bare lead, so there shouldn't have been that much buildup on the ramp from them. I gave the gun a good thorough cleaning and a light oiling, and it seems to be fine since. I got some federal bulk pack at walmart and have been happy with it - 200+ rounds later I still haven't had a failure, loading or ejecting. However, it's recently started to drop the magazine WHILE i'm firing! the tabs on the mag look good, and the tabs inside the handle also look good. there's nothing between the release and the trigger guard that would hold the release down and reduce its ability to hold, and i didn't oil that part of the gun while cleaning - if anything, it got solvent on it. The weirdest part is that when my brother or dad fire it, they have no trouble - it only happens to me. This is not the first time I've fired this thing - I shot it plenty before it was given to me, and my other brother who gave it to me never had this problem either. You guys have any suggestions on what to look for? I could probably provide pics of the mags and magazine retainer clips down in the gun, but they seem to have what i'd consider to be normal wear - basically the black anodizing has worn off the clips in the pistol, and i can't see ANY wear on the mags (i have 2). I've also tried changing my grip on the weapon to make sure i wasn't accidentally pushing the release while pulling the trigger. Also started putting my pinky below the mag to make sure i wasn't pushing the mag itself down while gripping the gun. Only one of my mags has the finger-rest on it, so it's nigh impossible to push down on the mag w/o the extender anyway, and this is happening with both magazines. I don't have fat fingers - quite the opposite - I have bony fingers. My dad has the fat fingers, so if anyone would be hitting the mag release with finger-fat it would be him... but he's not having this problem. I'm still fairly new to gun ownership, so I don't know all the terms for each part, and please go easy with the abbreviations... or at least spell them out for me if you use them, thanks! The gun is under a year old. If I had to guess, it's had under 1000 rounds run through it.