Recently I bought a .243 and having a friend that shoots one, I recently collected 50 spent Hornady Superperformance cases from him for reloading.
This evening I started the process and after depriming them all thought I'd use the K&M primer pocket uniformer to get the burnt residue out.
However when I looked at the tool there was a hell of a gap between the tool and the case rim. Something I had not seen to such an extent before.
I then checked what the seating depth of primers is supposed to be and found that the Hornadys were woefully out and I find on further searching of the web that this is not an uncommon problem with Hornady.
Thought it would be worth a mention as I now have lots of reaming to do to put these primer pockets right.
Any thoughts from the reloading massif?