I'm loading some 22-250 with new Norma brass and Remington LR primers. I used a Sinclair primer pocket uniformer before loading the brass. I checked the pocket depths after running the uniformer on them and they were just above SAAMI min specs. Now when I seat some of the primers with a Hornady hand primer until I feel it stop, ie primer is at the bottom of the pocket, some stick out past the end of the case. I have to give them just a little more pressure to get them just below the case (.001"). When I do this, apparently it puts a little bulge in the end of the case. When I measure some of the loaded rounds from the end of the case to the ogive with a bullet comparator on a caliper, I get more than a dummy round with no primer installed. I'm loading these for a bolt rifle, not an automatic. So my question is: A) is it better to leave the primer stick a little past the end of the case and not cause any bulging or B) put a little more pressure on the primer to get it seated just below the case and cause some bulging?