Received the barrel (LWD 2340N, (#199957). Tested barrel according to the following parameters: Bullet Lee 401-175-TC, actual weight 183 grains, sized to .401 inch. White Label Lube 2500 Plus Primer CCI-500 Brass mixed head stamp Load 4.8 gr. Unique, light taper crimp. OAL 1.131 inch Ambient temp Apprx. 50 deg. F., 3:00 PM, 11/7/12 Thirty (30) rounds tested, seven chosen at random all passed plunk test. Fired all thirty (30) rounds, no malfunctions of any kind. Comments: This is a light plinking round. This bullet has a wide, flat nose which looks as if it might be problematic as far as feed and function is concerned but worked perfectly in the test barrel. I utilized mixed head stamp brass as I felt this is what most reloaders using progressive presses might do. An examination of barrel bore revealed minimal leading which was removed when I ran a dry patch through bore. Did not test for accuracy, just function. It would have been better to have more rounds to shoot, but I ran out of my alloy. These rounds fed and chambered perfectly and no FTRTB's or any other malf. Made no measurements after firing but brass looked normal. Loading was done on a Hornady LnL Progressive. Did not chrono loads, too late.