I was at the range this afternoon, sighting Sue Too in. I had read ktwm's reports on the early SU22s and how they hated Remington Thunderbolts. Genius that I am :, I figured that the problem had been solved by the time Sue Too was born. Anyway, round 13--click. I couldn't get the bolt to open. When I looked, a round was stuck partway into the chamber. I had to carefully bump the op handle to get the bolt back and eject the round. I tried another--no joy. I couldn't even get a T'bolt to drop into the chamber. Well, duh. :-[ I loaded up with CCI Minimags and Sweet Sue started banging away. As I was adjusting the front sight, I noticed some sort of red goo on the recoil spring tube. My thought was that some kind of lube was oozing out. When I went to get a paper towel to clean it off, I saw that some of the goo had gotten on my thumb. Hm. On second glance, it was blood! I don't have the foggiest notion how it happened, but somehow Sue Too got me back for forcing her to eat junk! Lesson learned. BTW, I can now get the windage adjusted. In other range news, I shot off the Hydra-Shoks I had loaded in my PF9 and loaded with Speer GDHPs, in 124gr +P form. Compared to the H-S's which have major muzzle flash, they showed NO flash, but definitely kicked more.