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After shooting 300+ rds through it, 115gr remington fmj, 115gr blazer fmj, 115gr federal fmj, 147gr winchester jhp, 124gr remington jhp, 124gr reload fmj, 115gr reload hornady xtp... had 2 failures to eject. One with my fmj reloads and the other with my xtp reloads. I'll admit, when I reload, I'm usually going for quantity. These 2 batches that I took to the range qualify in the quantity ( not quality) category. The grip is very short due to the heavy slide and larger trigger guard. You can get 2 fingers on it, that's it. It shoots well for such a small pistol. I bought this after having a PF9 and a PT709. I'm glad I made the switch and spent the extra money on the Nano. It's good quality and a good, reliable shooter. My concealed needs demand as small a pistol as possible and this fills the bill, even better with no protrusions that can get in the way or gouge you. Plus they're now $20 cheaper than they were when I bought mine just 8 short days ago. Wonderful..... It's amazing how the internal parts keep disappearing in these semi-autos. Anyway, buy it. You won't regret it as long as you're aware of the true size of it and the grip.