I bought my daughter a Bersa .380 nickle on the advice of a friend, and for the price I was a bit skeptical whether it was a good pistol or not. I ran it through the paces with multiple brands of ammo and was so impressed, I went back the next day and bought me a .22 version just like it. I've seen the review that had feeding problems or problems with ammo type. Maybe you have a bad magazine, or something because I have probably 20 different brands of .22 ammo, from all over the world and U.S. in weights from ,20 grain to 40 grain, with various flat points, lead, copper, HP, ect. High velocity and standard, and this pistol ran everything I threw at it. I limp wristed it, weak handed it upside down, sideways, shook it up and down while firing, anything I could think of to jam it, and it never stopped even once. A few days later I took all the loose "extras" from that trip and dumped them in a zip-lock bag, all mixed weights and velocities, and just randomly loaded the mag, and again not one stoppage. The pistol is well made, pleasant to look at, all metal, accurate, and I have never had a .22 autoloader that even came close to being as reliable (and I've had several including a Colt Woodsman, a Ruger MK II, and a Walther PP). I am now a Bersa customer for life and I can't speak more highly of the 2 matching pistols we own and have been shooting for two years almost every week and still no stoppages except for one round that had a factory bent rim and wouldn't chamber in any gun properly.