I was out with the wife seeing her mother yesterday and stepped into a pawn shop next door to the some store they were visiting.. figured I'd kill time window shopping. say some trays of reloaded ammo on the counter.. some of it was .223 and some .222 since I shoot .222 I looked the 222 over . everything struck me as typical.. brass wasn't polished.. had a good tarnish on it.. doid look like someone tried to anneal the case mounts and got aggressive as some of the cas emounts looked um.. scoured or like they were receding anyway.. what shocked me was when i flipped them over to look at the headstamps.. all of them had rounded ( like a dome ) primers that were protruting visibly from the primer pockets.. like.. if you took the case head an started sliding it top to bottom on a straight edge, the primer would have SIGNIFICANTLY hung.... like maybe .03 protrustion.. i'd be afraind of bolt contact going into battery? Wtf? and what's with the domed primers? ps.. of the ones I handled.. most looked like real 222 brass, not resized.. though i did see some that had unfamiliar headstamps and what looked like reamed crimps, etc. any ideas on what I was seeing?