I went to the range this morning for the first time since I got my Ruger 454 back from the factory. I had some light 45 LC hand loads as well as some hotter ones to have some fun with. The light loads were 205 g lead bullets 9 grains of titegroup crimped with a Lee factory crimp die. After about 10 rounds I had a "squib" I guess is whats it's called. The range master back in the office was very helpful and popped it out for me with a brass punch. I figured it would be fine but it happened again. Should this be happening with 9 grains of titegroup? Could I have possibly made a mistake with the powder measure? The data was fro the Hogden book I think.