I bought a BP9CC a few weeks ago and have been trying to rectify a problem with light strikes. I've read a few threads on various forums that make it appear to be a common problem, but it is almost always fixed with a good cleaning of the striker channel. First off, I bought the gun used. So as far as I can tell, I have no warranty with Bersa to fall back on. When I took it to the range the first time, I had several light strikes. I had them with both factory ammo and reloads. Some of the rounds I was able to put back in the mag and they fired the second or third try. So i think that should rule out ammo as the problem. I got home and field stripped and cleaned it well as I could, but when I went back to the range, the light strikes continued. I hadn't actually removed the firing pin with that cleaning so figured I missed some gunk. I followed some instructions I found for removing the firing pin and cleaned up everything as good as I could, avoided any thick lubes and used a silicone spray. Got it all back together, went back to range yesterday, and I had more light strikes than before! I have no idea how many rounds have been fired through the gun. It looked like new when I bought it from a dealer who was selling it on consignment for a friend. I have put over 200 rounds through it. Should I find a gunsmith locally and let them look at it, or should I send it to an authorized Bersa smith? What else may be causing the light strikes? A worn firing pin? Is there something else I should check before taking it to a gunsmith?