First and foremost, thank you for the very helpful forum. I’m a recent Kel-Tec KSG purchaser and this is my first post to the forum. I’ve recently acquired a brand new Kel-Tec KSG (serial x24##) from GunBroker after trying months to get one from my local shops. As you all know, this equated to a pretty expensive purchase I went into this purchase knowing that this is still a fairly new gun (design) and there might be issues that’ll have to be resolved. That being said, I am one of the unlucky ones who is seeing feed/ejection issues pretty much right out of the box. Upon unboxing the gun and seeing it for the first time, I have to admit that I was impressed. The gun looked and felt great (good job Kel-Tec!). Before purchasing the gun, I’ve viewed all the videos and know that this gun has to be treated with authority in order to make it function properly. I decided to give it a go and loaded it up with a bunch of A-Zoom Snap-Caps. I cycle the slide back firmly and slammed it forward only to have my first jam. The snap cap was sitting vertical between the bolt and the barrel. I cleared the jam and successfully chambered the next round. I then pulled the trigger, re-racked and end up with a failure to eject. I cleared the jam once again, and re-racked only to end up with a double feed. One could only imagine the disappointment that I felt after dropping more than 2K for this gun (not bashing, just saying). At this point, it was time to disassemble the gun and clean it up. After spending a couple of hours doing so it was time to test it once again with the Snap-Caps. Sadly, all the same issues persisted to exist. I’m finding that this gun fails to cycle approximately 2/3rd of the time. Everything from failure to feed, failure to eject, and double feeds. Please note that all of my testing has been solely done with Snap-Caps. I’ve yet to take the gun down to the range, and prefer not to cycle live rounds in my living room (especially with a brand new gun). So at this point, I guess my questions for the forum are as follows. How many of you have successfully cycled Snap-Caps? How many of you have cycled with Snap-Caps and have seen issues that you don’t normally see with live rounds? Am I jumping to conclusions that the gun needs to be repaired due to it failing to cycle the Snap-Caps? For me, I would really like to practice with Snap-Caps and feel that the gun should cycle them flawlessly. Is this a legitimate reason to insist that Kel-Tec repair my gun? Do I even bother taking this gun to the range or should I keep it in its new (unfired condition) and return it to Kel-Tec to have them inspect it? All comments are welcomed. Thank you!