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I have heard that the Sub 9 is shipped with a spring that handles a hotter load than the ammo you buy off the shelf and the stiffness in the spring is what accounts for the occasional ejector port jamming. I have also heard that Kel-Tec will adjust or replace the spring for no charge. My question is should you do it or will the spring that is in there eventually "loosen" up and handle the standard loads. I am currently shooting a variety of different 9mm ammo in a S&W Sub 9. I find that in the 30rd clip I am using if I squeeze off rounds in rapid sequence I have more of a chance of getting the jam. Your thoughts and comments would be appreciated.