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OAL is one thing, but position of the shoulder dictates the headspace. Contrary to popular belief, it is not easy to kill a primer. You have not said what the primers looked like after you attempted to fire. A very small indentation may be a sign of excessive headspace preventing the firing pin from getting a good strike on the primer.
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