Been in touch with a guy on another forum who received a Cobra 9mm pistol (the ones that look, feel, and *are* very, very similar to the P11). He had problems with it initially (3 stovepipes in the first 100 rounds) and was (legitimately) worried about using it for CCW. I pointed him here and told him he should try a good F&B job on the pistol before he gave up on it (because he was asking about what to trade it off for). I'm proud to report that he took my advice and did a 2-hour long F&B on the little Cobra, and he now reports back that it functions flawlessly. He went for 200 rounds with *no* problems of any kind whatsoever after the F&B. The fact that it worked so well (other than simple mechanics, of course) just seems like more proof that Cobra's design came from George Kelgren originally.