Maybe someone here can help me troubleshoot this problem I am having. As I stated in a recent thread, I had a slide stop on my Colt .45 break on me and I ordered a new one from Brownell. I thought the stop was too tight, but after taking it to two different gunsmiths I have gotten the exact same statement ... nothing wrong with the slide stop, working correctly. Ok today I take it to the range and run about 200 rounds through it. With three different magazines I was getting the same two problems (2 mags are wilson combat and 1 is pachmayr). The two problems I was consistently getting are either the slide would not seat completely causing the internal safety to engage or the round would completely misfeed with the slide crimping the brass and the bullet itself pointing upwards. I was not limp-wristing the firearm. The firearm was more than adequately lubricated. The amunition being used was two different manufacturer ball round loads, not reloads. No problems such as this have ever been experienced with this firearm (I have owned it for around 15 years). Any ideas? I am at a loss to figure it out and this is the firearm I have already ordered 2000 rounds for for the class this coming weekend.