well iv asked alot of people. some have seen the rounds in person, as allways you get a few different answers.
so iv come to this...
first off this is a factory load, and i will bet hornady has done alot of testing before selling to the public. and i have seen no other "horror" stories after searching.
this seems to come up alot... "There are no ejector slot scuff marks on the brass".
and this "The edges of the primers are still round"
then usually, i hear the pressures are fine!
now the reasons why some signs are showing...
'The burr where the firing pin hit is caused by excessive pin protrusion and has nothing to do with pressure. Thats all fine too'
"Carry on, the sticky extraction may be due to a batch of soft brass or just very tight head space in your rifle versus the sizing of Hornady versus rem brass. All good." (this is about how the hornady brass is tight and the remingon isnt. to eject)
these quotes are from an email i got from a guy some of you may know, who i greatly respect his opinion. Terminal Ballistics Research
just look at all the reasearch and load development he has done.
and of the two people that did say to me.."hmm i dont know the pressure is getting up" also said if anything it is a warm load, they didnt say it was hot!
so thanks for all the replys. like i said everyone has there opinion and some differ, i expected that. i value every one of them. it is a good load, and at least im going to use up what i have, then maybe switch to a higher 162 round for the higher b.c or start hand loading.