About 2 years ago I had a factory squibb in my Colt 1903, .32 ACP. Heard something not quite right when I fired. Dropped the magazine and ejected the fresh round, found a bullet lodged about half way down the barrel. Disassembled the pistol and pressed the bullet out with a vice padded with leather and a wooden dowel. To be fair to Remington, the cartridges I was firing had a price tag on them from a store that went out of business in about 1970. My experience with reloads was with a .243 Win rifle. Bought hand loads from a reputable gun smith. Fired two rounds and quit, as the primers were falling out and recoil was amazing. Analysis showed the cartridges had somehow gotten loaded with pistol powder.