I was at an indoor range a while back and a guy in the stall next to me was shooting a Ruger .327 revolver. We got to talking and he asked if I would like to shoot it and naturally I said yes. Nice revolver, a bit snappy but it was fun and I might consider one. Anyway, I was shooting my Kimber Micro 9 and I reciprocated and asked if he would like to shoot it. He could only get two shots off maximum before it would stove pipe, most time it was every shot. I was really thrown off as I thought something had happened to the pistol because I had just fired about 4 magazine through it with no problems. I took the pistol and put two mags through it with no problems and gave it back to him with a full mag. Same thing, malfunction after each round. I can imagine he would tell all his friends to never buy that jamomatic pistol. The only thing I could figure out was he was limp wristing it something terrible. I wonder how many semi-autos get a bad rap from shooters because of their inability to shoot it properly.