I recently purchased an LC9 (non-"S") on sale from my local LGS, and while I'm really liking the gun, there is one problem that I'm having. With a fully loaded mag, the rim of the top round hooks in the groove in the next round, causing the top round to "nose-dive" into the bottom lip of the feed ramp. I found a video on youtube that better explains what I'm experiencing. This is not my video, but it explains the problem very thoroughly. [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIZTVfIuGgM[/ame] I have three mags, a factory Ruger made in Italy, a factory Ruger made in USA, and a Pro Mag. The problem exists with all three. Sometimes if I slingshot the slide hard enough it will feed, and then the gun runs through the mag without issue. The problem only exists on the first couple of rounds in the mag, and only when hand-racking the slide. Also, FMJ feeds just fine, likely because there is no flat nose to hang up on the ramp. It has happened with every flavor of JHP's I've tried in it. I plan to contact Ruger next, but I thought I'd throw this out to all of you experienced, intelligent folks to see if anyone else has experienced this problem, and if anyone could suggest a possible fix. It seems to be a fairly common issue, according to the forums and youtube, but apparently not common enough for Ruger to fix the problem and offer a new version of the magazine. Thanks in advance, and if anyone has questions or would like further clarification, let me know!