So--as detailed in a previous thread--my beloved LCP II just couldn't keep its dissassembly pin in place. I ended up sending it back to Ruger, and they quickly determined that the pistol needed to be destroyed. Not long thereafter I received a new LCP II at my LGS, and Ruger even paid for the firearm transfer fee. Awesome customer service, and I was thoroughly sold on Ruger. But...I got the new LCP II out to the range today. It was my fourth range day with the new LCP, and it remains one of my favorite micro-pistols. Great point and shoot, great trigger, very manageable recoil. But unlike the other three visits with the first pistol, this one was a jam-o-matic. FTE or FTF just about every other round. I'd initially hoped it just needed some breaking in (although the first one didn't), so I persisted with almost a hundred rounds of Blazer FMJ. If anything the pistol got worse over that time. So...I'll be giving Ruger a call tomorrow. I have no doubt that they'll treat me right. But I don't think I can really trust this design at this point, and really don't want a replacement. What are the chances of Ruger replacing it with an original LCP if I ask?