It's unfortunate when you buy a new expensive gun and it just won't run reliably. Sometimes even after break in or trips back to the manufacturer. The reality is when you get the size down to subcompact, you end up bending the laws of physics. Small size, very tight tolerances, very little mass, tight angles / steep feed angles, very strong tight springs to compensate for some of these attributes. Every manufacturer deals with these components. How they address them can vary, but they all have the same issues. Ftf's, Fte's, stovepipes, light primer strikes....etc. If you check around the Internet and other various forums, most of these problems are from subcompact or compact guns. And you will see most if not all gun makers represented. The list is a long one, Beretta nano, Kimber solo, Keltec p3at, Diamondback db380, Ruger Lcp, Sig p238, Kahr p380, Colt pocketlite, S&W bodyguard, Glock 27, Para hawg....!!!! And that isn't a complete list, just what came to my mind here. So these issues are a result of creating a product that pushes the limits of a physical characteristic (size). Most times we get a perfectly functioning gun, and other times nothing but issues.........!!!!!!!!