From time to time I've had a bullet misfire in my 10mm. I'm talking maybe three times over two years and almost four thousand rounds. Well, today it did it three times. The very first clip, it only fired every other bullet for the first five. When I eject the bullet and look at them, they all have had a lite firing pin strike way off center, near the edge of the primer. After shooting that clip, I put them back in and all three shot, no problem. The gun is well cleaned each time I use it and those were the very first rounds through it after being cleaned. All my bullets are reloads and those today were, Star Line Brass, 165 gr Montana Golds, OAL 1.250", 11.8 grains of Blue Dot and a 20 pound spring and Lone Wolf 6" barrel. I don't remember which barrel the other three times but I had saved those bullets and they have that same way off center strike. It's almost like the slide is not fully closing and locking but the firing pin is being released. Has anyone seen this and have any suggestions on what's causing it. I know the first response will say it's the reloads, but I don't agree. It's done this with two 135gr plated, one 180 grain Golden Saber and now these three. The are properly crimped and why would one in a thousand cause the problem if the reloads. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!