Even the ladybug doesn’t get it

It’s a 45 round from a factory box of Fiocci ammo. The round is loaded pointy end first.


  1. Nice quality control… sheesh.

  2. Ummmmmmm….Both ends are flat…

    I know, I know, it’s a wadcutter round…

  3. How the heck did they load those upside down?

  4. Glen in Texas says:

    It appears the crimp is at or near the cannelure(sp). I expect it would fire ok in one of the old 45acp revolvers, but I doubt it would feed through a 1911.

    I hope they were more careful with the powder charge.