Hi I was wondering if any of you guys could help me with this situation. I posted this on glocktalk but didn't get the answers I needed. I'm hoping the good ppl of XDtalk would know what happened. My wife was shooting my G19. With one trigger pull, a round fired and ejected fine while another round separated from the casing and fell to the left side of the gun. The brass "stovepiped" inside the gun while the bullet itself fell out onto the floor. It was not a normal stovepipe where it is halfway sticking out. It was stuck on the feeding ramp in a stovepipe position. Something sprayed my wife's face when it jammed. I'm guessing it was gun powder because when I cleared the gun, there were unfired gun powder all over the inside of my gun. Fortunately, I had the incident on tape. It happened 18 seconds into the video. You can clearly see the first bullet hitting the target and the brass ejecting fine, but the second round fell to the left side of the gun while the brass from the first round ejected to the right. Check it out: [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz9SViVCUx0"]YouTube - Jam?[/ame] I'm guessing I got a bad batch of ammo (Federal Champion 115 FMJ) but I'm not too sure about that. I'm really hoping it's not the gun. Any ideas to what may have caused it? Maybe it was a dud? Here is a pic of the round that fell out of its' casing. It looks like some of the tip broke off slant-wise. Any clues to what may have happened? Any help would be appreciated. P.S. plz no glock haters. I need honest opinions. Thanks in advance.