Typical for breaking in a pistol?
Hi everyone. I just purchased a M&P 9, and I must say I am very satisfied with the weapon overall, great feel and weight and features, it just works very well for me. The one issue I did run into was a mischamber on the second magazine I put through the weapon. Everything else was very smooth but this one mischamber really got under my skin. It wasn't just a failure to fire, the round was actually sitting in the chamber wrong. I was told that it is typical in the first few mags of a weapon for a malfunction of this type to happen. To compound the issue I was using some lower end 115gr rounds and since I am new to shooting handguns I may have been limp wristing a little bit.
I guess my question would be does this seem normal or do I need to have someone take a look at this weapon, if there was a problem I don't want to wait and find out sometime down the road.