Hi everyone. I had a recent... ahem...overpressure situation in a load that burst the case of a 10mm load. It was suggested that PART of the problem was the use of Lee FCD and/or possibly overcrimping. I pulled a few rnds and posted pics of the blts. I'd like to get your opinion on these pics re: bullet swaging and the FCD, please. The idea of swaging bullets w/ a crimp die is new to me...please pardon my 'noobignorance'. FWIW, I only used the die to prevent glock fired reloads from FTF in a non-glock...or tighter chamber. I DO have a Dillon taper crimp in .40/10mm. But I don't want to go down that rat hole. I'm just curious if you think the FCD inherently swages the bullet and can cause accuracy/safety issues AT NON-MAX LOADS? Would you reuse these pulled bullets shown? (This is just a sample of the 200 I am pulling) To be clear, the pic of the pair of bullets has an unloaded one on the R. Thanks in advance to you all for your input. - Dave Wanna kill these ads? We can help!