I am starting to reload for my G20 (10mm) and i have run into a problem. the boolits i picked up are 40 cal but there longer then what i think is normal. on the box it says Laser Cast 40 CAL for 1911. i got them for a good deal and though nothing about it. well i loaded up a round and noticed that if i take it to the OAL of 1.26 the bullet is sitting so low in the case that the rim of the case is not even in contact with the boolit. i then loaded up one to where it looks right and it comes in at 1.29" + .002 -.000. It looks good but seams to long. so i pulled out the glock barrel and dropped in the round and it heads spaces fine. next i put the round in a mag and racked it in and ejected it. everything seams normal with no hang ups. will this be ok? i did load 10 rounds just because i was on a roll. I'm hopping that it is just fine and that i can test them on sat. I had thought that the OAL was to make sure that the round will be able head space where it should with out the slug pushing into the barrel. bet then again i am new to this so i really am just guessing. thanks everyone. o and I'm using cci 350 primer, 8rg IMR 800-x, and 185 gr slug.