At the advice of the members here, I didn't sell my LCP II after it was returned from Ruger with a number of replacement parts. Instead, I headed off to the range today with 4 or 5 different types of ammo to see how it was running after the repair work. The result? Just as big a disaster as the last time. Failures to extract/eject at least once per magazine (and these cases are very, very difficult to clear..most times, the spent casing is still partially lodged in the muzzle). So, to recap: 1) My first LCP II...goes back to Ruger because the disassembly pin walks out after 30 or so rounds. Ruger decides to destroy it and send me a new one. 2) My second LCP II has at least one FTE every magazine. Ruger asks for it back. Insists they can fix it, and reject my request for a refund/credit. 3) My LCP II returns "repaired"...except it failures just as frequently and IN EXACTLY THE SAME WAY as it did before I sent it back. So...it's already boxed up and ready to go back to Ruger again. And, again, I've made known my wishes that I want a refund/replacement. I DO NOT trust this design for self-protection.