I picked up 400+ rounds of Georgia Arms .45 GAP ammo last week from an acquaintance of mine. quoted from their website: "All Georgia Arms ammunition is loaded using the finest American made components on the most precise equipment available. It is double cleaned and must withstand 18 quality control inspections before acceptance, and made available to the public. All lots are test fired to ensure safety and reliability. While we strive to offer shooters affordable ammo, we refuse to sacrifice our quality for price. This is the same ammo used by some of the top amateur and professional shooters at many major matches. Our consistent quality keeps our shooters in the winner's circle and our customers coming back for more." The ammo purchased was .45 GAP 185 gr full metal jacket. I was under the assumption that all of their ammo was factory-reloaded, using once-fired brass. The top pic left to right: 1) never loaded in mag, unchambered cracked casing 2) never loaded in mag, severe bullet setback 3) fired (uninspected prior to chambering) cracked casing The next pic left to right: 1) dented projectile, I can deal with this 2) uhhhh, whiskey tango foxtrot? The bottom pic is how they come from the "factory". This ammo was originally purchased a couple of years ago. It was all matched Speer .45 GAP headstamp, not cut down .45 acp casings. After further inspection of the 50 fired casings I found one more than was cracked, very similar to the fired & cracked one above. I thought it was a pretty good deal considering 500 pieces of new brass goes for nearly $100. I paid $85 for 400+ rounds of loaded ammo. I called them yesterday after I emailed them the pics. The woman on the phone said I'll have to deal with "Curtis" when he gets back to work. Yeah, I've made reloading mistakes before, but nothing leaves my bench looking like anything pictured above. We'll see what Curtis has to say. Oh, and my Glock 37 didn't even KABOOM!