Morning all I think most of us are in the same boat these days with getting components these days, some of us more than others depending on what calibers we are loading for. I am a 220 swift guy when it comes to varmints so brass has always been somewhat difficult to get even when things are good. I was looking around for a long while until I found some. I ended up with 100 Rem and 100 Winchester which is enough to keep me going this year for the amount of varmint shooting I do. I always used Winchester over the years and was pretty happy with what I got for the dollars and the amount of prep work that I had to do. My bag of 100 Rem was actually 103 pcs all of them in perfect condition. Did all my prep work and seated the primers and all the primer pockets were good and used the same amount of force on my hand primer to seat. My Winchester brass had 96 pcs in the bag of 100, 4 were instant culls 2 with flash holes off center and two that had deformation one in the neck and one in the shoulder(attaching picture). Not too big of a deal in my mind when you need brass loosing out on a couple is not the end off the world. Did my usual prep work and of the 92 pieces 43 had primer pockets that allowed the primers to seat way too easy. Well with the loads I shoot I am going to have to scrap these 43 as well to prevent issues. Just wondering if I should even bother contacting Winchester and sending them the pictures and telling them about this lot of brass? This picture is taken with my phone so it is not perfect but should give you guys and Idea of what I am dealing with.