Anyone have an opinion about this? I may be having a problem with powder hanging up in the bushing of my loader resulting in the occasional light load. If so, it is only a marginal problem, but in the gun I am presently using for clays it is enough that the second trigger sometimes will not set. The gun is a Beretta 682 gold and now has about 2,000 rounds through it. When I first got it I had to use 1 1/8 oz loads or it would not set the second trigger at all. With time and wear it began to shoot the 1 oz loads I like with fewer failures to set occuring. Recently I went up one bushing size (powder) and loaded enough to try 50 shells. I still had one failure to set. I am holding the gun firmly to my shoulder, and all parts of the trigger assembly are clean. As far as I know the only thing left to check is the load. I use a Ponsness 900 progressive loader-a fine machine which I have had no problems with in the past...at least in this regard. I check-scale-the powder drop when I start and after periodically while I am loading...about every 100 shells. I sometimes find a variation of around 0.3 grains, but at the level I am loading that is still well within mid range figures. I am wondering if there is a possibility of a static electricity buildup within the loader which may be causing an occasional hangup of the powder. I can easily ground it with a 12 ga wire run to a ground rod but was wondering what some of you other experienced reloaders think.