Last weekend prior to shooting at the range, I stripped all my Hydra-Shoks from the magazines for each pistol. Then I refilled them with WWB 230 gr. ball. After I finished I realized that I had a “brain fart”. I had just mixed 165 gr. Hydra-Shoks with 230 gr. (Hydra-Shoks) I figured I could weigh them but the conversion I’ve got is 1 grain = 0.0648 gram, hence 65 grain = 4.212 grams. I don’t reload so the scale available to me isn’t accurate enough. Plus the weight difference is so small that any difference in powder charge between the 2 loads might be so significant that they might weigh close. Any ideas, what would happen if the ammo is mixed? I shoot a Kimber Custom CDP II, Colt Commander, Para Tac 4, and Taurus PT145. Or should I just schedule a range session to burn this ammo. I really don’t want to spend $ 100.00 for defensive ammo just before Christmas.