Winchester Xpert HV 22 ammo is cr*p. Bought half a dozen boxes a couple summers ago and finally got around to shooting some this year. Wish I'd bought any other brand instead. Numerous FTF's and even more really weak ones. No bang, just a little "pfft." Countless stovepipes in semi-autos. 15-20% problem rate, at least. Maybe more since I can't really gauge velocity on the ones that seem to fire okay. Verified it's not the gun as it was the same story in 3 rifles and a revolver, all of which continue to work just fine with Federal and everything else. Very disappointed that Winchester would sell such garbage. I'm afraid to try to use it up lest a weak round stops in the barrel and I fire another one behind it. So... Can this ammo be taken apart and the powder resused by someone who reloads? Is that safe to do? Is it even worth the time or energy? If it's worth any of that, I'll just give it to someone at the gun club. Thanks in advance for whatever wisdom you guys can share.