I've been reloading since 1976 and never had a problem of any kind that I didn't catch and correct before pulling the trigger. While firing my Glock 21 today I pulled the trigger, no recoil and just a "poof" of a sound. I dropped the magazine, ejected the empty case that was still in the chamber, and thinking it was just a malfunction I reinserted the magazine. Before I could drop the slide and continue firing, a little voice inside me said to stop. (I've learned the hard way to listen to that little voice.) Further examination revealed a 230gr FMJ bullet lodged in the barrel just forward of the chamber. Clearly a loaded round with no powder charge. I have always used a single stage RCBS press and have prided myself on checking and double checking each and every round for a powder charge. I guess I'm getting senile because I know I checked those rounds for a powder charge. Just a tap with a wooden dowel dislodged the stuck bullet which had barely cleared the cartridge case. The moral of this story is to check, double check, and check again your loaded rounds. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!