I had feeding problems in my Glock mag .40 S&W Gen 1 SUB-2000. I managed to find a local reloading service that had genned up some round nose .40 S&W. They fed better than the standard factory rounds, but I solved the issue by getting a Gen 2 in 9x19mm.I picked up 2 boxes of HSM 200gr fmj 10mm “bear loads”. For the Iver Johnson 1911 long slide. Given the feeding issues I’ve been having due to the steepness of the feed ramp with the truncated and flat nosed bullets I figured I’d try these. The shape of the bullet is more round than conical. The tip is flat, but not as noticeable as the other brands I’ve tried.
Does anyone know the reason why all 10mm bullets are flat nose? .40sw seems to be the same way.