Well, I just got my second gun a MKIII .22/45 w/ 4" bull barrel. It's brand spakin new and never fired (except for test fire at factory). I'm excited as hell to shoot it, but after buying some .22 remington subsonic hollow point ammo and trying to cycle it through the gun it jams EVERY time. I'm using the two factory mags that came with the gun. The ammo was cheap, but I bought a lot of it thinking the gun could take it no problem. This is definitely NOT a good first impression. I'm going to go try some ball point stuff w/ copper coated tips, but if that jams too I'm going to dump the gun for sure... I hope I didn't waste my money here.
My observations would indicate that the magazines aren't feeding the ammo correctly. It seems that the cartridge that is on top doesn't like to angle up like it should and rams right into the edge of the ramp when you attempt to cock it. Hopefully some different ammo will yield better results, but so far I'm not impressed with this thing and debating on whether or not I should bring it back to the store for a return.
Any comments or recommendations?