Seeking some opinions, I took my Smith and Wesson Model 36 to the range the other day and had 5 FTFs out of roughly 200 rounds of Ultramax reloads 158 Grain SemiWadcutters from Midway. All of the FTFs fired with a second strike. Prior to discharging the dud's I looked at the primer and noted a light indentation, all the empties which fired had all solid primer strikes nicely centered which makes me think it's the ammo not the gun. I could fire several cylinders in a row and not have an issue then I'd have one out of 5, never had multiple FTF's in a cylinder full... I also fed Remington +P158 grain +P and Hornaday critical defense which all fired without a hitch. Just curious if you all think it's a firearm issue or an ammo issue. I cleaned the gun and lubed it nicely afterward. Let me know.