I went to the range and put some rounds through my new 26. The brands ammo i used is in the picture. Normally this is not something at all notable, however, i had 3 (THREE) jams from one 50 round box of ammo and not the first time this brand has jammed on me, either. I hope i don't hurt anybody's business but this ammo should be called "Jam-o-matic" brand, (because it does) but the brand is called Fiocci. I shot one 50 round box of PMC (top box, made in Korea), no jams. One 50 round box of "Sellier and Belliot" (center box, Manufactured in Czech Republic), - no jams. And one box of Fiocci (bottom, Italy), 3 JAMS!!!! The first jam was a misfire. I had to lock the slide back to drop the magazine, and saw the round still in the chamber. The i released the slide, pulled the trigger again, nothing but a CLICK. I racked the slide, ejected the dead round, and kicked it under the partition into the no-man's land of the target area. Fair enough, only one jam - (like i said though not the first time with this brand). But then with this same box, TWO MORE jams! Failure to extract, both times, the empty cases came out if the slide was cycled manually (after dropping the mag cause the slide was stuck and you had to). The empty cases are sitting on the box of this dud ammo to look at, not that they provide any evidence of why they wouldn't work right, other than a reason i'm not buying this ammo ever again. 3 dud rounds equals a 6% failure rate for ONE BOX - not acceptable!!! Anyway to the right in the picture i am showing some neat-o brushes i got today for $1.99 at harbor freight. As you can see they are made of nylon or plastic or something (not metal) and they are the perfect size for cleaning the extractor spring hole, the trigger safety pin hole, the firing pin hole, and the pin holes in the lower receiver. These brushes are called "spray gun brushes" as in the kind of gun you shoot paint not bullets out of lol.