Good afternoon all, Today I've picked up a Kel-Tec SU-22 rifle. The rifle was brand new in box and right of the bet I had a problem putting the pin through the holes to secure the foldable butt stock. The holes did not line up... Arrived home, placed 26 Remington Golden rounds into the plastic magazine, inserted it into the rifle, cocked it and instead a flawless chamber feed, the round went in half way... The first round got totally bent. I figured the magazine spring was too hard and the pressure of the spring caused a misfeed. Tried to cock it again, same thing. The round entered the chamber half way totally destroying the bullet. This happened a couple more times.. wasted about 20 .22 LR rounds so I decided to feed one round manually without the magazine and woila, the rifle shot just as supposed to, even with a perfect extraction. Removed about 20 rounds from the magazine, I figured it has to be the overloaded spring... Nope, the same misfeed with only half the round in the chamber. I spent close to $400 on this rifle and frankly I have no idea what to do with it... If this is a problem that can be easily fixed please let me know. If you feel that the magazine is the problem I will see if I can get it exchanged. I will write Kel-Tec as well and see what they say. I am looking forward to your answer and guidance.