I just returned from taking my brand-new-out-of-the box Mark III to the range, and am trying to decide if I've got a problem child. I only had time to fire 80 rounds (CCI Mini-Mags) and had no failures to feed nor to extract but had a bunch of failures to fire. Several times it seemed like if I "milked" the trigger a couple of times it would go ahead and fire. Does this sound pretty common? This is my first rim-fire pistol so I'm not really sure. The RSO at the range said that .22s typically need 3-400 rounds through them before they "loosen up". Any thoughts?