I traded in my Ruger Mark III Hunter for a new Beretta 90 TWO 40cal. and I got 100 rounds of Independence 180gr. FMJ target ammo at my favorite gun shop on Saturday. I then go to the range and before shooting I run a few patches wet then dry down the bore before shooting (and I did it very gingerly). Well the accuracy seemed a bit off as compared to my M9, so attribute it to maybe being a 40cal., no big deal I'll just have to get used to it. So I get the pistol home and field strip it and go to cleaning and notice that the bore looks horrible, especially toward the front and out beyond the crown. It's like they did the broaching of the bore with a dulled broach. This is a brand new gun and at this point I'm not a happy camper. I really like the feel and performance of the gun, but I think it's lacking accuracy because of the jacked bore and crown. I've bought, sold and traded many pistols in the past and this is the first time I've had this problem. Do I take back to the shop I got it from or just call Beretta?