I just left the range after shooting 50 rds. of the Train version. I didnt have a single problem with them. I was quite surprised because a week ago I had at least 3 problems out of 50 rounds of another Winchester 147 gr. bullet which I found discouraging. With those bullets I had two FTF's and one FTE. The "Train" bullets were shorter. I can't help but wonder if the longer length of the other bullets had something to do with the failures or at least the FTF. I can't see how longer length would cause FTE because at that point you're dealing with just the spent casing. Anyway, I also found that these bullets were easier to load into the magazine. I think the longer bullets produced some sort of binding inside the magazine. I did not find the "Train" version to have less recoil, however. I do not mind that, but at least on one occasion it felt like the gun was going to jump out of my hand. I think I read somewhere that a rubber sleeve will help alleviate that problem.
I'm very satisfied with the Winchester Train bullets, at least with the 50 I shot today.