I was loading with some .223 once fired brass and had a few holdups. Everytime I stopped it was a piece of PMC brass in the press. Had a few with primer cups with the centers pushed out and the outer ring of the primer left. Then I start noticing the flash holes are not centered in the primer pocket. So I started checking all the PMC headstamped brass and about 50% had one of these problems. Any chance a offcentered flash hole could fuse the outside of the primer to the case? This would be pretty embarrasing if PMC stood for precision made cartridge.. oh wait. Any one else had problems with it? I would just toss all of it but there was a sale on PMC ammo so I have quite a bit of once fired brass. Here is a pic L to R, normal brass, offcentered flash hole, partial primer.