To: Daddymonster The navy armory says 500 rounds so I would presume that to be a good number. The only difference between the 92 and the 96 is the caliber. You can easily turn a 92 into a 96 with a conversion kit. I hate to hear you're having issues with yours. I shot the 92FS in the navy and never had any problems. It is possible although rare that you may have a bad one. In any case I would spend some time on the range to determine what may be causing your jams. Hell, your life may depend on your weapon some day so find out as soon as possible. Be sure to oil every moving part when you clean it. I like to use canned air to blow the oil into all the tiny crevasses then wipe it with a clean cloth. From my own experience, jams occur mostly due to extractor problems or case quality. Not all brass is equal. Best of luck and I hope you find the answer so you can be confident your weapon will perform when needed.