When I was setting up the LNL press for the first time I loaded several .40 caliber dummy rounds without primers or powder and put them in a reject bin. Last week I decided to pull the bullets. As I was getting them out I found 8 rounds that had primers. I weighed them and they appeared to be heavy enough to have a powder charge so I thought I had put them in the reject bin by mistake. I put them in a magazine by themselves and took them along when I went to the range. The first time I pulled the trigger nothing happened. Oops. I dropped the magazine, pulled the slide, and an empty case came out. Sure enough I had a bullet stuck in the barrel. I brought the gun (M&P FS .40) home removed the barrel and used a wood dowel pin to try to get the bullet out. After one lick with a hammer I saw that was not going to work. I have a drill press and a machinist cross vice. So I put a set of wood jaws in the vice, clamped the barrel, lined it up, and drilled a good sized hole though the middle of the bullet. After that I could push the bullet out by hand with the dowel pin. When I pulled the rest of the bullets I found two others that had primers but no powder charge. I won't be trying shoot anything from the reject bin again.