.35 Whelen AI with high pressure signs
I'm interested in your thoughts and advice.
I recently acquired a 1903 Springfield chambered in .35 Whelen Ackley Improved. So far I've fired 2 dozen shots with factory ammo. Nearly equal amounts of Remington 250's, Nosler 225 AB and Federal Fusion 200 grainers. Every primer is flattened with some of them partially dislodged(or unseated, not sure of the proper term?). A few times the bolt was 'sticky' to lift but the shells all extracted easily.
Now that they're fire formed will the cases be ok to load and shoot or is there likely a significant problem?