Today the temp was down to 100 degrees so I decided to do some priming of .45 rounds. I use a Lyman hand primer. One thing I happen to notice that I was getting some rounds that would not accept the primers and those rounds were marked "Perfecta". I did some research, very limited on info and found that this ammo is made in Italy and sold through Tulammo and also Fiochi (sp). The primer pocket seems to be too small to accept large pistol primers. I checked the rounds with a magnet and they are made of brass however upon further research I noticed that during the depriming process, the primers are harder to deprime. Has anyone else noticed this or is this just anomaly? Now I have reloaded some Tulammo in 9mm and not had any problems, it seems to be only the .45 round. I would appreciate any info that you can provide and should I start chucking out the "Perfecta" rounds into the garbage bin. Tommy I should note that these are range rounds I have picked up and have not bought any of them in an LGS.