Just started reloading for my rifle's, been reloading pistol ammo for a few months. First die set I bought was for 30-30, using once fired Winchester brass (factory ammo fired by myself), CCI 200 LRP's, Hornady Lever Evolution powder (32 grains), and 160 grain Hornady FTX bullets. I took my loads out to the range, they seemed to function well but I'm going to up the load a bit and see if I get better results. One thing I noticed is that on some of the fired brass the primers have slightly backed out, you can feel the ridge of the primer if you run your finger across the back of the shell. Is this normal? I did not go crazy when I cleaned the primer pockets, just a quick back and forth like I do on my pistol brass. Thanks! Edit-No signs of over pressure around the primers, 32 grains is in the middle of the published data in Hornady's manual.