Ok thx for info... I feel like it is probably safe to fire. I've loaded about 105 rounds so far, but have yet to fire one of them. I'm afraid of blowing my face or hand off. But I've followed all the reloading data closely, and triple measure every step taken.
I'm new to reloading. I've been resizing .223 brass to 300 blackout. I've recently had a few pieces of brass where the "crimp ring" looks like it has broken away from the primer pocket. Are these pieces of brass safe to reload and fire?
I'm new to reloading. And I've just recently ran into an uneven primer. Didn't realize it was uneven until I was measuring in calipers. The brass is 223 resized to 300blk. My question is if you have an uneven primer is it safe to shoot?