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Originally posted by John-C:
the spot where the primer was struck by the firing pin was sticking out.
This is called "primer flow" and it a definite sign of overpressure. The pressure inside the case forces the brass back against the breech wall, and the primer starts to "bleed" back around the firing pin as it contacts the primer during ignition.
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