Re: Primers going in too easily? How do I know?
If you haven't resized all the brass yet, here is a simple thing that lets you feel how loose the pockets are getting. Take the decaper assembly out of a resizing die and see if you can easily press the spent primers out by hand using the assembly. Just hold the brass in one hand and the assembly in the other. If they fall out with the lightest pressure, the pockets are getting too loose to trust for hunting (in my opinion). If you have to press them really hard (or can't unseat them by hand), then you're pretty good to go with that brass.
Don't try the above method with live primers!
Anyway, this is a simple way to sort used brass by hand.
Also, I've found some primers to be slightly larger than others. For example, I've found that CCI-250's are about .0005" larger in diameter than Federal 215's (at least those I have on hand). So a change in primers might let you use the brass a little longer, as .0005" difference in a press fit can make a HUGE difference in fit.
Hope it helps.
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