I chronographed a 10-round string of the Fiocchi:
LO: 1114This was about the same ballistics as the Winchester 124gr NATO load.
Next was the Winchester 147gr "Train" load. All fifty functioned fine. Ejection was reasonably vigorous, and recoil felt normal. Ten rounds over the chrono gave the following results:
On to the CCI Blazer Brass... I let Mike Grasso run a magazine through the gun; watching him shoot, the ammo's difficulties cycling the slide strongly were evident. Brass mostly just dribbled over the right side of the ejection port to lie at his feet, except for the couple spent cases that bounced off his head and the one that decided to be a rebel and dribbled over the left side of the gun.
That lack of vigorous recoil impulse meant...
The Canik has now fired 400 rounds without cleaning or lubing and experienced nine failures to eject and nine failures to feed in the initial fifty, as well as one failure to fire (#221), one failure to lock the slide back (#350), and two more failures to eject (#323, #379). 1,600 rounds to go.