I do not have a 9x19mm firearm, but I've had the same problem with some automatics.
I hate to bear the bad news, but not all automatic rounds work in all automatic pistols. It's akin to .22LR firearms, where one round is slick, the others are jamamatics.
I have a three-inch Kimber, and I had to blast a few hundred hardball rounds to get the thing to cycle reliably. And like most guys will admit, there were clear wear marks on my slide and frame. Sometimes being "too tight" is the downfall.
In fact, I did the quick and dirty thing. I figured if my home got hit I would make my most important shot the first one--and that would be a hollowpoint. Then if the crook brought minions with him, then hardball would have to do.
I'm probably over 1,000 rounds now, and under 2,000. The pistol feeds and fires the hollowpoint I use. In fact, it's not a hollowpoint, but the side of the bullets are striated like a Japanese lantern, and the round "mushrooms" from the sides.
I made sure this round was well within the magazine and shorter than the floorplate. I have no problems.
I suppose I could try Golden Sabers, but there's too many folds on that round for me. One might catch on a feed ramp. Use what works, and sometimes it's not your favorite choice.
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