Just like last time, the damn cheap Remington 230gr ($49 for 250) gave me FTEs about every three shots. So after 2-3 mags of that I went back to Blazer aluminum. No problems with that stuff. 3 boxes. Then I went to the range desk and bought some Blazer Brass. Same story as the Remington. Finished off with 1 mag of Hydra-Shok just to make sure that stuff still fed okay. It did. Last time when the Remington gave me trouble, I figured maybe it was just because I had already put 4 boxes of Blazer through and maybe the gun was a little dirty. But now I'm thinking something else is up. I have a relatively new extended Wilson extractor in this thing so I am at a loss to explain it. (Colt 1911.) Ideas welcome. Edit: Now with pics! (I highlighted the holes in PS so they'd show up better.) These went rather well, as one would expect at 5 yards. Left target I took my time, right target I went a little faster. Several mags in each target. 3-4? Not quite as good. Again, left was slow, right was faster. Hm. He's still having a bad day at 15 yards but my groupings are not as good. This is taking my time again. I have M9 requal this week so I was practicing for it. All these were fired as sets of three. 36 rounds per target. * Weapon on table in front of me, condition 1. * Pick up weapon (no holster yet), disengage safety, 2 to the chest, 1 to the head. (As fast as I felt comfortable.) * Reengage safety, return weapon to table. I fired 4 sets of 3 shots at 5, 10, and 23 yards. (The max at the indoor range, else I would've done 25 yards.) Second target not as good. I noticed I have been a smidge low and right on all the targets so I tried to compensate a little. Might have thrown me off? Back to 7 yards. Left target was finishing off my ammo. Dunno if I was getting tired or what, but clearly not as good as earlier. Right target was testing the Hydra-Shoks to make sure I wasn't going to get a FTE every other shot with them like with the stupid Remingtons. 7 shots in the mag so I must have put two through the same hole here. Finally, I came home and the cat figured out where I had gone.