Was it the Gun or the Ammo?
I was finishing up breaking in my Taurus PT-145 Millenium Pro today and I now stand at 510 rounds of multiple types with no failures to feed or eject...but while I was going thru a box of Winchester (white box) "Personal Protection" 230gr. JHP's I had 5 failures to fire on the first strike, all five fired on a second strike (love DAO)...but it kind of put me back. I examined as many cases as I could and all looked normal as far as I could tell (of course all had gone off, I probably should have ejected the misfires to check for light strikes, instead of pulling thru). I think I read somewhere that Winchester primers are "harder" than other's but a 10% failure rate, one round of every mag I shot, doesn't cut it as far as personal protection is concerned...it wound me up so much that I went and shot thru all the expensive makes of personal protection boxes I had (Hornady, Black Hills) just to make sure it was only the Winchester WB...nothing else failed to fire, now I'm out a bunch, but that's fine for peace of mind...anyone else have this type of experience with Winchester ammo, or a PT-145? I definately won't use SXT's after that performance.