The Hi-Point C9 9mm, although a great value, has feeding issues stemming solely from the magazine. I have three magazines, all which have the same issue. When four or more rounds are loaded into the magazine, the friction from the 9mm cartridges inhibits the topmost round from raising at an appropriate angle, causing the round to nose dive, entering the feed ramp at the very bottom, pointing the wrong direction. This means that a lot of force is needed to feed round into chamber, sometimes causing the slide to stay open, requiring a smack on the back of the slide to enter the new round. People have suggested bending the feed lips in such a way as to alleviate the problem, however, I have not had any luck in doing so. Again, I have three magazines, and the same problem exists with all three. Polishing the feed ramp on the pistol to reduce friction seems to help. It is not a huge issue, and I'm hoping the issue will resolve itself as the gun gets broken in. Nevertheless, Hi-Point should spend time on improving their magazines.