A couple years ago I decided to go with carrying a revolver because of its simplicity, safety and reliability. I have had many different calibers and makes of semi autos and the same with revolvers. I don't think any of the semi autos were without a failure of some kind yet that basically wasn't true with my revolvers. My LCR did jam on me once due to a split casing that let a bullet move forward against the frame. Other than that it has never failed to fire. My 30 year old inexpensive yet quality $200 Rossi revolvers go bang every time also. My $900 S&W 627-5 goes bang every time ever since taking it out of the box new. My Match Champion did have a cylinder lock up problem shortly after buying but no problem after Ruger fixed it. I just bought a Ruger semi auto MKIV and shooting with Aguila 22lr it jammed the first three rounds of each magazine with rounds stoved angled upward. My MKII did the same thing with the Aguila. Neither of these MK guns failed with other ammo. Point is the semi autos failed. Was the ammo the cause? I believe yes it was. But the point is made, the semi auto guns jammed. I just bought an LC9s and it had one jam by fail to feed during one range trip and one round failed to fire on another range trip. I realize it is a new gun but still it failed to perform as it should. I don't buy into break in periods as I think that's just a poor excuse for a gun leaving the factory with poor machining. Could the problems been an ammo problem and not the gun? Yes I believe that was the problem. But still the gun had to be cleared before it could be shot again. Semi auto failed to fire. Reliability of the revolver again has proven to me being superior to a semi auto. I will continue carrying my LCR. I agree to each his own still applies.