I reload. I have since a buddy introduce me to the Lee whack-o-mole in 1970. A few years back, I took all my accumulated spent primers and computed that I had over 70,000 just on the LnL AP. No telling how many before that. And a wild guess is I've added another 30,000 since that measurement. Mostly 9mm, .38spl/.357mag and .45ACP. I say this because when I shoot at any match above the local level I use factory ammo. It gives me peace of mind, both in regards to power factor, mis-fires and squibs. I just finished shooting the USPSA GA State match, Revolver division, (yes there were 2 of us). I had no ammo problems. Everything worked well. My revolver competitor had at least 2 mis-fires. (Of course, mis-fires in a revolver means "pull-the-trigger-again" even though it does mess up plan A.) Several other competitors, in other divisions, also had misfires. What did they have in common? Reloads. Anyone else, tend towards reloads for practice and local matches, but factory ammo for "big time" matches?