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“Uncooperative Primers”. A good term. I have often really “leaned” on the handle to get primers flush. But, that brings up the question of what it does for sensitivity and consistency. Additionally, in the late 80’s I bought some Federal LRP that would go “bang” when seating them with little pressure. Eventually that lot was recalled.
So, are there any ill effects to seating a primer with way more than just the force to seat it?