The saying "measure twice, cut once" by Norm Abram should be translated for reloaders to "read twice (or three or four times), load once! Loaded up some 230 grain XTP's with the data (powder) data for the 185 grain bullets.:banghead: Loaded (50) 230's with 5.8 grains of Bullseye, COL:1.23",WLP primers. Max load for the 185's per the Hornady handbook is 6.6 grains of Bullseye and doesn't list any data for 230 grains/Bullseye! Guess I was suffering from a major case of RCI!!! Any thoughts on this screw up? Safe to shoot (in a S&WShield)? Not safe? Should I just pull them and start over? Tried to pull one so far using the Frankford Arsenal puller and it's the biggest piece of junk in my reloading collection! Have tried pulling one or two bullets before (44/38sp) and it doesn't seem to grip the bullets tight, just pushes it back out! Any suggestions?