Bullet pushed back into the casing? umm help?
I noticed that on my 40 cal Federal Hydrashock round that the gray/silver inside piece holding the post is very loose. It actually wiggles a bit inside the brass colored jacket. It seems that the constant loading, and unloading of my Springfield XD-40 Subcompact (everyday when I leave for work, and unloading when I come home) has somehow loosened it up...does that make sense? And when I put it bottom down on a table right next to a round from deeper in the mag, and drop a ruler on top if it, the ruler is actually slanted down....showing me that the constant loading and unloading has somehow pushed the bullet into the casing a bit. Is this a big deal, is it dangerous? Should I discard this round? Or will it still fire ok? Please help as I have never seen, nor heard of this happening before.