My newly purchased C93 continues Century Arms legacy of unloading defective goods on consumers. Cosmetically, the gun appears acceptable. Decent welds, site's not canted, ect. Bolt gap before firing was .011. After 120 rounds its now @ .009. Cleaned the hell out of it before firing. Numerous failure to fire. The weapon only seems to malfunction on the first chambered round. Click.. but no bang. The gun seems to not completely go into battery. A nudge will get it there. If I eject the chambered round, and chamber the next, the gun usually fires and until mag is empty. Tried loading only 10 rounds or so, Same results with both mags. The Gun only seems to malfunction when charging from the cocking tube. To be sure, I'm not riding the cocking handle down. I learned to operate this design rifle using my real HK 93A2. I'm debating weather or not to send it back to century. Im afraid they will try some third wolrd repair or swap it for another even less desireable that I'll have to pay yet another FFL transfer fee on. Returning it to my place of purchase (gunbroker) not an option. Even though the seller has a brick and morter store, he won't take it back. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advanced.