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.