A friend of mine is having issues ejecting live factory ammo from his Taurus 1911. I gave him a handful of my Xtreme 230gr loaded to 1.230 and they eject just fine. Can I safely bump his 1.260 rds. down to 1.230 and re taper crimp them? It can physically be done but do you folks think that would increase the pressure too much? I think not. These are Remington 230's as well as WWB and I think AE too. The rounds get hung up like 2 dogs humping on the breech face and the front RH side of the slide. Consistently. Hard as a beech to rack the slide back and tap them back into the empty magwell and drop out of the bottom. If we rack the bejesus out of it, a lot will extract but they fly across the room terrible. It's a freaking joke. This is a new gun, approx. 3-400 rds thru it. I did the extractor test before I totally disassembled the slide and cleaned everything up and dried all the oils that he liberally squirted into it to no avail. He doesn't load his own but I am willing to do 10 or so just to test out then let him get a small SS to bump his own stuff back or start loading his own. What say the Reloader Brain Trust?