And, it went back twice to the factory for ejector problems. When one of the ejectors was originally cast, the mold didn’t fill all the way with steel. The undersized ejector wiggled, and it wouldn’t reliably grab the rim of the shell. It was easy to slide a shell past it into the chamber, at which point, the gun wouldn’t close. The first replacement ejector was just as bad. I sent the gun back again, and this time the part was good, but whoever reassembled the gun put the springs and plungers in backward so it didn’t work. It wasn’t hard for me to take apart and put together correctly, but it shouldn’t have been difficult to do it right at the repair center, either.