I bought some surplus Belgian .30-06 a few months ago at the gun show to shoot in my Springfield Inc. reproduction Garand. headstamp is FN 57. My Garand has shot Greek M2 fine and various commercial ammo. I go to shoot it a few weeks ago and all I get is a really loud CLICK when I expected BANG ka-shing. Upon further inspection I notice that the primers are seated really far down and I'm getting light primer strikes. I let the hammer fall 3 times on one primer with no ignition. So last weekend I got my brother to try it out in his Winchester 70 bolt action. A few fired, and some had light primer strikes. I took a round that would not fire in my Garand, chambered it in my bro's gun, and it fired, leading me to believe that his firing pin protrudes slightly more. Later I got one virgin round to fire out of my Garand that day. A reloading friend and I were going to press out the primers and reprime and reload the components but we discovered that the primers cannot be pushed out(i think berdan primed). Any advice before I just toss the ammo?