Originally Posted by varmintH8R
I have no science to base this on, just my opinion. If I even have to ask (thread title), the answer is no. Primers are cheap, the biggest cost in taking these rounds apart is your time. Certainly not worth an "oh s**t" event, or even ruining some good brass.
I'm beginning to think this guy is right..........
How bad are they if you have to ask more ???? about the damage; I'd assumed a couple of thou. over flush.
The casing is a lot thicker than the primer cup and most of the dimension change would be the primer squaring to the boltface.
If more than a couple of thou. over flush, pull the bullets, dump the powder, and seat them harder to pull them down. Neck or fl size, and re-load.