So, last night I started, for the first time, to reload some ammo for my 10mm G20C . I use Vihtavuori N340 powder with 180gr TMJ (not full metal jacked) bullets. Looking at the official Vih tables, I should go between 6 and 6,5 grains, but my armourer shop gave me another table where it stated that I could range from 5,5 to 7,4 grains. I decided, anyway, to make two different loads: 6,2 and 6,7 grains (which correspond, respectively, to the .66 and .71 holes of the auto-disk of the Lee Deluxe Reloading pistol kit). With BOTH of the loads, when I went shooting today at the range, the slide of the gun NEVER rested open at the end of the rounds... it ALWAYS closed back... --> Am I using too soft loads? What could be the problem?? Furthermore, I also decided to install the NY1 trigger to achieve a better feel on the trigger run (in a couple of days I should also be receiving the ghost 3,5lbs connector). I installed it and the whole trigger assembly works fine, BUT, I can't disassemble the slide properly anymore. I mean: when I want to remove the slide, I depress ("fire") the trigger, then do the usual procedure of "backening a bit" the slide and lowering the slide stop. But then when I push the slide forward, it stops quite immediately. The only way to let the slide go off all the way is to press again the trigger to the end. This releases the slide. I tried different times to remove and re-install the NY1, and also re-installed the stock spring, but still the slide would not come off normally... it seems that when I depress the trigger and then move the slide to remove it, the trigger comes bak partially forward, blocking the slide... is there a special way of re-connecting the trigger bar once you change the spring inside?? am I doing something wrong? Your help is very much appreciated guys! thanks!!