Went to the range today. Stopped at Wal-Mart to get a box of .38 special among other things. Bought one box of Winchester white box 100 count. When it got time to shoot the .38, about 3/4 of the way throughout the 1st 50, I had a squib round. First time I've ever had one. Just like it is described, just a little "piff" sound. Managed to get the bullet out of the barrel. Told my son how rare something like this is and I was glad he got to see one for his future refence. Finished off the first fifty rounds and started on the second half. The first one I shot in the second set, same thing. That was it for the .38. First, the rest of the box was major suspect. Plus, in removing the bullet, I used an old cleaning rod and the side of my stapler to tap/ hammer it out and the barrel/ forcing cone moved rearward to the point that the cylinder won't go into battery. I didn't think I was hitting it all that hard (obviously wrong) and I didn't think the barrel would shift back like that. I was surprised at how tightly the bullet was seated in the barrel. My son was just as surprised. All in all, a real learning experience. Nothing broken (well not too much); no exploded gun and no one hurt, but a good lesson why you wear eye protection. I am going to contact Winchester tomorrow and see what they say. Have any of you had squibs and any comments on such a bad box of ammo?