I recently purchased some of Georgia Arms "canned heat" in .40 cal. I knew it was "factory reloads", so I expected a failures here and there. But I expected it to go through standard "factory quality control". I found that out of the box of 1,000 I went through this weekend (thanks to Brownie's great trainings ;-) ), about 10 or so had severe bullet setback. About 20 more did not feed and the bullet was set back after I ejected them. It looks like the control on the crimp is not up to par. See the image below with three bullets "out of the box". I did not load these these bullets. The bullet at the very left I consider "normal" and included as a reference. The center bullet had a barely visible setback (the little "neck" at the base of the bullet is shorter then normal). The one of the right is obviously "off". The 10 rounds I talk about above are just like the round on the right.