After field stripping, light cleaning and lubricating (Break-Free), I took a "new to me" Les Baer Commanche to a range. The pistol was purported to have about 200 rounds through it; although, after disassembly, I seriously doubt it had 200 rounds fired. I wouldn't be surprised to learn it had not been fired by the first owner. Of course, it was incredibly tight. I had a few FTF's. The few rounds that just weren't quite making it out of the magazine into the chamber were Winchester 230gr XTS HP's. There was one Golden Sabre that didn't feed but after that, those worked well. They appeared to be stuck on the beveled part of the frame that serves as a feed ramp, and when I slingshot the slide they went right in the chamber. The FTF happened about three times when I first started shooting and then it worked great for about 150 rounds. Toward the end of my session I had two more FTF's with the Winchester HP's in different magazines. The only magazine that experienced no problems was a mag that came with the pistol from Les Baer. There was a Wilson 47D that only had one FTF a the end of the day. There were two CMC Power mags that had like two FTF's each. I'm not disappointed. The pistol seems really accurate. The trigger is great. I'm just going to keep cleaning it and shooting it and hopefully It'll work itself out. I'm thinking the first few were because of the close tolerances and the last couple was because of the tolerances combined with the pistol getting fouled. There was a period of 130 rounds or so in the middle when it was shooting everything sometimes mixed in the mags. It never malfunctioned with the ball ammo. Any thoughts?