Well, reading all the horror stories has me kinda wondering about my little P238. I practiced up and felt comfortable with it enough to carry, but noting the jams and failures to feed reported, my confidence levels have dropped. I also don't have a decent carry holster for it yet. Up until 348 rounds, I only had 2 failures to fire. I entirely blame those on WWB ammo. Rounds 349 and 350 jammed in feeding (original factory spring). I cleaned and left the gun for a while, having literally no time or place to shoot it until today. I did a quick field strip, and compared the old spring to the new one I received from Sig a while back. The old spring was the length of one Hydra-Shok 9mm shorter than the new spring. Shortly before shooting, I gave the gun another quick clean, and had it lightly oiled. With original spring in place, I put 50 flawless rounds through it. It was shooting very very well, and I was beginning to think that all the complaints were flukes (or maybe I was hoping that my gun was a good fluke?). In fact, I was doing a heck of a lot better at hitting the target and keeping tighter groups with the 238 compared to my G26. Then, I had a jam somewhere around round 60. The bullet wouldn't fully seat in the barrel. I had to field strip the gun to get it free, and nearly couldn't get the slide off the frame. It took some wiggling and repetitive slide racking to get things freed up and separated. The round looked no different than the others, so I poked it back in the magazine, and fired them off with no problems. It was decided that I should install the new spring to see if that would fix the problem? No dice. I had three more jams in the next 40 rounds. None were severe, I just had to pull the slide back slightly and release it again. Can't say that I will be using this for a carry gun until the issues are resolved. This is very disappointing so far, because I am really fond of this little gun and the way it fits in my tiny paws. One test I will attempt at my next range session will be to clean and lightly oil the gun every 50 rounds just to see if it is an issue caused by shooting cheap dirty ammo. I know I'm reaching for straws, but it is a thought.