After my fiasco firing these guns on Friday (8/17), I told the wifey I want to go back out and give them another try. Took two boxes of Federal American Eagle 9MM for her and two boxes of Remington Golden Saber 230 grain JHP and a box of 50 of the Italian Finocchio 230 grain FMJ in .45ACP. First up was the Glock 26. I had removed the stainless recoil assembly from her gun and put the factory original back in. The wife did all the shooting, with the target about 10 feet away. I know thats pretty close, but I wanted her to build up her confidence. She handled the gun well, but only got 2 hits out of 90 rounds. I fired the last 10 rounds to show her it wasn't the gun that was the problem. I have a 9MM laser bore gizmo and we are going to try it at home to see what the problem is with her shooting. I suspect trigger control, jerking, and placement of the trigger finger. Anyway, the gun functioned flawlessly Next up was the Glock 30. Last time I had a stainless recoil spring assembly installed and it came unscrewed, and prior to that I was having all kinds of malfunctions, including FTRB. This time I was using the stock recoil assembly. Same distance target as the wife shot and I blew the heck out of the center of it. NO malfunctions whatsoever. To say I am a happy camper is to make a major understatement. I REALLY like this gun and planned on using it next month for CCW training. But when it started to malfunction, I got REAL worried. Now my confidence has returned to the gun and to "Glock Perfection".