I guess when you make four quadzillion bullets a day... sometimes a weird one gets by. That's what I found recently as I was running off a batch of .45acp. The bullet in the cartridge on the left.... see how the lead core is short? I just noticed that during the process, and flagged that cartridge to land in my hand rather than the bin. Interesting flaw, although likely not in the least bit serious. Still..... it really points out why reloaders need to stay on their game, and watch the process like hawks! Nosler is one of the best in the business..... but even they have one slip past on occasion.