I'm guessing you don't really understand how primers work?No. But you understand that it would not be a single strike, right?
Think back to when you were a kid, with your cap gun. you roll out a cap, and put something heavy on it, does it go off? No. You dent it with your fingernail, does it go off? no.
You have to hit it hard enough to crush the chemicals, and some primers are made with crushed glass to make them crush easier. But a slow squeeze will just flatten them. How many times have you gotten a primer in upside down, or sideways while reloading? And how many of those went off. Its happened to me several times and exactly zero have gone off.
But a sharp whack on the hammer will set them off.
If you don't understand why an AR's firing pin doesn't touch the primer at rest, Then look up what an inertia firing pin is and how it works. [ not exactly an AR setup, but its a good explanation of how it works that a hammer resting on the back of the FP does not have it protruding from the bolt.] Then compare that to the Colts hammer mounted FP. DR