Bit of advice required, I have been home loading .270 WSM (Barnes 130gr TTSX, RL 19, Norma once fired brass, Federal 215M primers), I have worked the book loads up slowly from the Barnes manual, no pressure signs until 64.0gr (max book load is 65.0gr). The two on the left are the once fired Norma factory ammo cases, the two on the right show the load in question. You can see the ejector slot marking on the bolt face at 12 o'clock. The primers look fine (they're cratered whatever you shoot in this rifle), bolt operation was normal after firing and no other pressure signs were evident. On the chronograph the load measured 3119fps average (60 fps below book value). The factory Norma measures 3199fps. Some of the factory ammo Norma cases have a similar (although fainter) mark after firing. Is Norma brass known to be quite soft? Should I be reducing the loads now based on the above or do I have some scope left to go higher considering there are no other pressure signs apart from the ejector slot marks?