"I" will never advise the OP to take an unnecessary risk. As I previously noted, I do not like any signs of pressure with my load. What you do with yours is entirely up to you.The action isn't the weak point, the brass it. The brass will fail well before the action. Easy bolt lift and a slight ejector mark isn't going to hurt anything except shorten brass life, maybe!
I don't see anyone making that statement to all the SS shooters that are well over pressure to reach their claimed velocities...
Or possibly low? I don't uniform my primer pockets because I don't shoot long enough distances for its effect to show up. I have found that the deepest seated primers tend to flatten a little more, probably because they are slamming back into the bolt face harder.Quick question, did you notice if the primers were high when you seated them?