OK, I'm wondering if it is just me here. Semi-auto guns I have owned: Yugo SKS Jennings .22LR HiPoint .380 HiPoint 9mm Carbine Ruger P95 Glock 19 Ruger Mini 30 Moss. Plinkster .22LR Taurus PT 145 Mil. Pro. Taurus PT 24/7 OSS 45DS FEG 63 (Mak. knock off) Armscor 45 Jimenez .380 S&W Sigma .40VE Out of these guns, the ones that just flat out worked. No matter the ammo. No matter the conditions, no matter how dirty: HiPoint .380 Ruger P95 Glock 19 Jimenez .380 So is it just me? Or are the majority of semi-auto fire arms prone to endless problems with feeding, firing, ejecting, and feeding the next round?!? I thought that was the whole idea of a semi-auto, to self load and be ready to fire the next time you pull the trigger. 1st hand experience, the ONLY other guns I know of that run flawlessly are my room mates AK, and his XD .40. Every other auto loader gun I have been around my whole life has had problems of one kind or another. I don't get it, how hard can it be? If HiPoint can get it right, with a $79.95 gun I got new 7 years ago, that has gone BANG EVERY TIME, after well over 2000 rounds through it, (and been cleaned at least twice that I can remember) with everything from Wolf to Hydrashocks through it. How hard can it be So IS it just me? Or is problems just the price you pay to have an auto loader?