UPDATE: FOUND OUT THE PROBLEM WHICH NO ONE WILL QUESS. PRETTY STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCE BUT A EASY REPAIR AND NOT SOMETHING I OR ANYONE WOULD WANT TO HAPPEN ESPECIALLY IN A CARRY GUN THANKS AGAIN GUYS!!! I have a Beretta M9 Commercial with less then 600 rds thru it and it has functioned 100% until a recent range trip. My father was shooting it and he's handicapped and shoots from a wheelchair. The way he holds the gun because of the height of the ranges booth he stretches his arms out and rests the gun on the booth board. He started limp risting I noticed and right after that the M9 would no longer fully seat a round. It goes into battery on a empty mag but with a round inserted it goes most of the way in but the last little bit of the round doesn't fully seat and no matter what I try it wont fully seat and I'm definitely not riding the slide. And I'm 99.9% sure it's not a mag problem. Anyone know if anything other then a bad mag that would stop a round from fully seating but will seat on a empty mag? Thanks!