Ok so a couple weeks ago I took delivery on my Ruger P95 9mm, was so excited to get it out to the range and get some rounds through it. Bought it brand new from cabelas in Idaho where it was inspected before I payed for it and was also inspected in Spokane where I actually Picked it up from since I was not a Idaho resident. Get it home clean it get all the packing grease out of it and then properly lube the pistol get to the range and right from the git-go I start having issues, the extractor was extra stiff or something because it would not let me load a round without some difficulty with the first round. get two rounds through it then I have a failure to extract, clear the gun check to make sure I didn't have any damage, rack another round into the chamber get three more rounds through it then a failure to feed... long story short I put 4 mags through it (60 rounds) with 13 failure to feeds or extracts. Im completely dumbfounded as what the issue is, am I using to light of a load and that's not allowing the slide to fully slide back extracting the round or pushing the new round into the chamber or would there be a possibility that the extractor is way to stiff and that's causing issues. the ammo I was using was some off the shelf rounds nothing special but not reloads. I made sure I was using proper technique so I know I was not limp wristing it. Should I get some heavier loads and see if it is the fact I was using some lighter loads or do you recommend I send it to ruger to be inspected???