After shooting 3 rounds, the other three bullets in the cylinder had their bullets jumping past the crimp.
If I'm reading this right, bullets left their crimp with Hornady factory
ammunition? This would bother me, because, as I see it, the best role for a Model 329 PD revolver is for protection on the trail where you might encounter an aggressive bear or cougar, when a light-weight but relatively powerful handgun would be on your person instead of back at camp. In this scenario, I would insist on the assurance that all rounds on board would fire, not just the first couple or so.