style, brand and weight), and COAL. 2) I’ve read the warnings about seating bullets too deep. Even a few thousandths can be disastrous. 3) I buy generic bullets, Everglades has been my favorite for years (also bought RMR). But then I have to trust that any xxx, gr, style bullet will be close enough in length (bullet OAL) that I won’t get in trouble and win a Ka-Boom due to a different bullet OAL reducing case volume and spiking pressure. This may seem picky, but I don’t care lose a hand or fingers, etc. Why not specify seating depth? It would be easy to measure. I have some Everglades 115 gr CPRN and noted Speer specs (most don’t) bullet AOL, in this case their 115 gr CPRN OAL is 0.557. The Everglades measures 0.555, so this one increases case volume for the same loaded COAL, so it isn’t an overpressure concern for the same data. But then I also have Everglades 147 FMJ and 124 FMJ. My use for the 9mm is strictly paper punching – training for personal defense. Accuracy past 10 yards is not an issue. The usual advice is start low and workup, but in this case, one could go from safe to kaboom in short order. I would appreciate hearing some wisdom from some of you with experience related to this.