today I was shooting my taurus 2 inch titanium 357 magnum and I was shooting some mild 38 special reloads out of it and then I started firing some 357 magnum reloads out of it and on about the 14th round I felt a stinging on my face. I stopped shooting and discoverd I had a tiny flake size cut on my face.I opened my revolver and noticed a little bit of unburned powder on the cylinder. I inspected the revolver for cracks and any signs of pressure damage and didnt find any .Looked at the spent casings for any cracks or signs of high pressure on the head stamp and didnt find any. I fired some 38 specials out of it again and didnt have any problems. So I guess what Im wondering is what do guys think happened? I was shooting 158 jacketed bullets with 14 grains of alliant 2400 behind it using cci small pistol primers. Ive fired a couple hundred of these same loads and never had this happen. In my lee manual 14 grains of alliant 2400 is the starting charge for this load. Ive been reloading pistol ammo for about 7 yrs and never had this happen before. It couldnt have been a double charge cause there would have been damage to me and the gun and I always check the oal of all my rounds. Im thinking maybe its not a good idea to shoot 357 magnum rounds out of a 2 inch pistol.