Anybody ever deal with Hornady on defective ammunition? I picked up a NIB 338LM recently and not having anything in that caliber for reloading, also picked up a box of Hornady 285gr BTHP ammo. I fired the first 19 with no issues, but on the last round the bolt wouldn't go forward enough to cam over. I initially thought extractor, so I pulled the round and tried chambering twice more. I noticed 3 dings on the shoulder, so I went back to the house to check it out. A fired round chambered just fine, but a quick comparison showed the neck on the defective round to be a good tenth shorter and has a lip. I didn't go any further in measuring because it really doesn't matter, I cannot use that round. I'm hoping that Hornady will at least replace the round, since it was $5, plus the costs of the reloads I would have gotten out of the brass. Are they (Hornady) a "it was only one round" company, or a " it should have never happened, I will make it right" company?