I was firing in a GSSF competition a few weeks ago with my G30 .45 caliber. As you guys know, you have 15 seconds to fire 10 rounds at different intervals for a total of 50 rounds. I was doing really well. I was on track to score 500. When my target was at the furtherest interval I pulled one of the shots a bit to the left. I slowed down to correct my fire. Then remembered the time limit. Hands sweating and heart pumping I caught an ejected .45 caliber casing between my right shoulder and the bottom of my right jaw. Needless to say, it was hot. I didn't have time to sweep it off so I let it cook. When I got home my wife noticed the new, perfectly round, .45 caliber size circle burned into my skin. For a few days I had a lot of questions about how I acquired a circular burn.