Hi All and a happy new year. I've been having some accuracy problems with my 1894 shooting .38 special. Been using PRVI, S&B and Fiocchi. Not sure if this photo will work but wondered if the great minds out there would have an opinion. The left is PRVI and shows some gas scorching on the case. 64% of my cases from this ammo show this. The middle is S&B and right is Fiocchi. Only 15% of these cases show the scorching. My question is does this indicate that the PRVI brass is "hard" and not expanding? If so, will it be softer and seal better if I reload it? Also, would this tend to cause accuracy issues? Any thoughts gratefully received. This is the only ammo I can get in this part of England so will be reloading very soon but don't want to waste my time if yhe brass will never suit my rifle. Cheers.