Should there be a difference in how hard the primer is struck? I've only had my BG to the range once with Tula ammo. I had a a lot of misfires, but they all went off on the second pull. I didn't have any other ammo. Now I'm wondering if it was the gun or the ammo. I read where people have no problems with .380 Tula in their HP .380. Since dollars are short in my life, I' can't just grab a box and go to the range to check it out. So I thought I'd ask. I don't know when I'll get to the range again. I have 2 strikers, my Cobra .32 and my JCP. I know it's like apples to oranges, but to me the strikers seem to hit a lot harder than my DAO. Is it just my imagination?