I would send them directly back to Nosler, not via a store or the shop you got them from. They are interested in this type of thing, also include any markings on the box that will give production info.
That stuff is not supposed to get out the door, but it happens. Not sure if you can aligne them yourself but if they straightened out they would probably shoot fine. I had some lead-tipped spitzers once that did not have a point, looked like a cutoff piece of rod sticking out of the nose and they all grouped as well as the properly shaped bullets from that box. No doubt at long rang they would have gone very bad.
check there web site, I think they have a section for that. They want to know about that type of thing. I buy a lot of seconds for hunting and have a hard time finding anything wrong with them. I know someone that use to work for them, he told me if the bullets are touched by bare hands they are seconds!
I got two bent tipped bullets in a box of Hornady Interbonds. Thought about sending them back, but didn't want to waste my time and money on postage. Shot them through my chrony. The velocity was consistent with the others I had chronied.