Ive noticed that the feed ramp on my PT140 is awfully narrow and has squared corners at the outer corners at the bottom most part of the ramp. Other guns Ive looked at, have had the feed ramp much wider at the bottom most point of the ramp and flush corners there as well(in smaller calibers even). Could this have anything to do with the problems of FTF with JHP people have complained about? I could see where the corners at the bottom most part of the ramp could catch the hollow area of a JHP as the JHP doesnt have the inclined plane advantages of the FMJ. It seems to me while this would be oversight on Taurus' part, a trip to a good gun smith could have the feed ramp widened at the bottom most part and have the corners eliminated and thus solve the FTF problems with JHP. This is just speculation on my part, but I think my reasoning is sound. Has anyone else noticed this and perhaps had the feedramp modofied as Ive described? Did it solve the FTF with JHP?