I have been reading and looking into reloading for the 40-super for the last year and a half... I loaded up 25 rounds and took them out to the range... I was Very Very unhappy with what happened... out of 25rds: 20 seemed soo weak they had no kick, a few dident even open the action, the rest would not cycle correctly ending up in a FTE or stovepipe 5 worked as i would have hoped... All of the brass looked great, no buldges, cracks, or anything... just a little dirty All 25 were Very inconsistent from one to the next. The only thing I can think of is the Recipe called for Small RIFLE primers and I used Small Pistol primers. I was told this would not hurt anything. Do you think this would cause the inconsistencies? Also there seemed alot of room left in the shell for more powder would this change anything here is what I did: took 25 new brass in 40 super out of new box from triton, sized them (just to be sure) added my primers, loaded the powder charge 2 scoops of .5cc (11.2gr) Blue Dot, seated 135gr JHP bullets to 1.250" am I missing anything?