Ok so I have looked at Midway pushing their "Factory Seconds" bullets and decided to give them a try. So I ordered 100 each, .312 jacketed soft points at 150 grains to be loaded into 7.62x54R for my Mosin Nagants. I will not load them to max as I just like shooting the old war relics. So I opened them up and was surprised to see that they look really good, as in no visible flaws. So I grabbed 10 random bullets from the box and all measured .312 as advertised. Then I weighed them and they came in from 149.4 to 150.5 grains. Not super close in weight but for the old guns it is more than good enough. My question is has anyone else tried the "Factory Seconds" and what was your experience? Good or bad? Like i said i will not use them for hunting or match shooting, just fun target shooting. I am still not convinced to try them in my good hunting rifles as I have great success with my existing loads and don't plan on changing those. By the way , if I had to guess I would say they are "Hornady's" but I am no expert on that.