I was at the range yesterday shooting my new P30 LEM V2, which now has 465 rounds through it. I pulled the trigger and...nothing. I pulled the trigger again for a second strike, and again nothing. I then ejected the round, and all further rounds fired fine. At the end of the session, I dug through the brass on the floor and found the unfired round. It had a deep dimple from the firing pin strike, so I'm assuming this was just a defective round, but do you guys think it might be anything else? It's my home defense gun, and I want to have total confidence in it. I've never had a round not fire like that. Maybe I've just been lucky. I was shooting Winchester Ranger 124 grain FMJ.