I bought an unused Springfield 1911 in Columbus in mid-June. I've now put at least a thousand rounds through it, but it still won't feed hollowpoints. I rack the slide and the round just jams into the feed ramp. If I fiddle around with it enough, it might eventually feed but that's not very convenient. It does ball ammo just fine, so I've been carrying with that, but I do prefer hollowpoint for anytime I'm not just punching holes on the range. Any suggestions? I've heard people talk about getting the feed ramp polished. Is that likely to solve this issue? Oh, and don't get me wrong...I love this gun and with ball ammo I've never experienced a problem after sending a few rounds downrange to break it in. I'd recommend a 1911 to ANYONE (well, not a felon, but you get my point). Still, I'd like to get this issue handled.