First Steyr - M9-A1 range report Mixed reviews here. I have a major concern after my trip to the range with my first Steyr. I got the pistol Friday and couldnt wait so as soon as the range opened up I was there with 100 Winchester White Box target rounds 115 gr. , 50 Wolf target rounds also 115 gr. and a box of 50 Silver Bear Hollow points someone gave me I wanterd to test for carry purposes. My friend let me use his Glock 19 so I could do some side by side comparisons. Of course I has cleaned and lubed the pistol per specs and the magazines as well so everything was shiny smooth and working fine. The first 3 rounds from the Steyr at 10 yards were right on the button 1" group. The Glock was a little right and about a 2" group. I attribute the pulling to the right to my grip on the 19 since I am left handed and I was not as comfortable with the grip off the bat. I did this many many more times with both types of target ammo and maintained the same group tightness with both types of ammo although I did figure out grip problem on the GLock so I was able to correct the push to the right with it. I had limited access to combat shooting since the range was busy but was able to get 2 targets for holster draw rapid fire shooting and was able to maintain sub 3" groups with the teyr while I was pulling mostly 4 - 5" groups with the Glock. I was super excited about the way the steyr was performing. Absolutely no ejector, feed, magazine, or any other problems with the pistol. Now for the hollow points... Loaded the magazines for both pistols. Steyr went bang, bang, and then stove piped real bad....Popped the magazine, pushed the jammed cartridge out, checked the magazine, and tried again....Bang, Bang, Stovepipe. Glock went bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, etc.... with no problems for the entire magazine. Same thing with the second magazine. Back to the Steyr with the other magazine this time... bang, bang, stovepipe. I will go back to the range with other brands of hollow points tommorrow but I still have a problem with the results from Saturday. To me a combat handgun should fire anything you can get your hands on. If a Glock can feed it, the steyr damn well better also. If anyone has any ideas let me know but I will say that if anyone tells me to stay away from brands of ammo that I know work in a Glock I will be swapping the Steyr for the Glock. My life can not depend on the brand of the ammo and even though I love the feel and accuracy, I would rather have the 3 inch groups of 15 rounds than the 1" groups of 2 rounds anyday.