Please be aware that the cheap remi 30-06 ammunition that you purchased this morning was sold for component cost only. It must not be relied upon as a hunting ammunition. It is recommended that you take the round apart and re assemble using new primers. The powder heads and cases can be re used. If used on a range it is safe to shoot as only some of the batch had faulty primers and it will be obvious when the round fails to fire.
This his was a text message I received this afternoon after visiting a unnamed gunshop this morning at the time of purchase I wasn't informed of any faults or asked what I would be using the ammo for which incidentally is to be used in a couple of wks time for three days driven boar hunting . I reload but due to time constraints and the fact I had ran out of powder I thought I'd buy some factory ammo and at least re use the brass never once had I thought I'd be pulling bullets and putting them back together if that's what I've got to end up doing I would of been better off making time and doing my own rounds up . The rounds I bought Wernt overly cheap £20 a box and I bought 5 boxes not a happy hunter at the mo as the shop was a hours drive away