I've never had a gun that did this, but I am shooting factory ammo, cheap walmart factory ammo at that. My Taurus 605 (which has been a nightmare to own) spits out .357 cases with the back of the case visibly swollen.
It just seems to be Remington ammo that does this. Winchester seems to work fine, georgia arms is hit or miss (a small percentage of starline brass has a rim too thick for my gun), and Fiochi ammo locks up the cylinder every other shot.
Is there something wrong with the gun?
Could the Fiochi ammo be causing the cylinder to seize up for the same reason?
Is it okay? If it is okay, can I reload these cartridges, after resizing them of course?
Thanks in advance for all the help!