Hi All, Loaded up 10 rounds of 135grn Rainier FMJ Flat points over 10.5grns of Hodgdon Longshot as a trial for my Glock 27. They were loaded to 1.125" COAL in mixed once fired brass. All of the first 4 failed to feed, but fired fine and felt 'peppy' enough, and the slide was cycling like it was supposed to. The slide would catch at the back of the cycle and a simple rack would chamber the next round. I'm wondering if the feed issues is caused by the lighter load, or perhaps I have too much flair? Number 5 I think I missed the powder charge in. It had the light report of the primer, and the bullet lodged in the barrel just .5" from the chamber. I happened to have a Glock 29 with a LWD barrel with me. The last 5 round fed and fired perfectly through it. I've included a photo of the first round I loaded (seated deeper than the 10 I fired) and the bullet I removed from the barrel (notice the lack of powder marks, I'm 75% sure I simply just missed charging it). Any thoughts on how to make this load feed reliably? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!