hi y'all took my 1911 to the range today and fired the first hundred rounds through it. out of 100 rounds, I had 19 failures to ignite the primer. most of the failures to ignite were mid-magazine, around the 4th through 6th round of an 8-round mag. I inspected the rounds that failed to ignite and noticed either very light or nonexistent contact with the firing pin. manually recocking the hammer and pulling the trigger after a failure to ignite did not produce ignition. the only way I could get the rounds to fire was to replace the round in the magazine and recharge the pistol. I inspected all the ammo and the firing pin strikes were more or less dead-center on the primer. Here's what I have for ignition parts that concern firing pin travel: ed brown steel firing pin 9mm/38 super wilson combat extra power firing pin spring svi/infinity low-mass hammer cylinder and slide hammer strut standard power mainspring I suspect that the hammer may not be striking the firing pin with enough energy to overcome the firing pin spring, but I'm not sure. any thoughts to troubleshoot this issue? thanks in advance for any help.