Several months back I got my hands on 1000 - 200 grain LSWC for my 45. This morning i decided to give them a try. I loaded a 100 or so and headed to the range. Firing out of a glock 30 the bang doesn't have enough umph to cycle the action so I get a case stuck - although the bullets appear extremely accurate at 25 yards. i am checking other reloading data and it says to go to 3.5 grains which I find totally amazing. since my usual recipe is 230 lrn with 5.1 grain with no problems. I would think the load would be hotter for a lighter round to maintain pressure. so....I am thinking about upping it to 5.5 grains and then a few at 6.0 to see if performance improves. the lack of recoil is also very noticable against factory ammo - its almost half of what a fmj feels like. any warnings, words of wisdom, do's, dont's or ?? Thanks.