This is a further discussion from a prior question about when you know to throw away your brass. As a beginner reloader, I understand that I need to inspect my brass for cracks etc. That's easy enough to see. But how can you tell when the brass' primer pockets are too loose? (I'm specifically talking about 9mm handgun brass if that makes a difference) If too loose, will the primer just fall out from a finished round with powder spilling out when you pick up the finished round? Does it not fire in the gun? How do you know? I have the Lee Classic Turret press and so I prime using the press itself. And so it's harder for me to feel any resistance as opposed to hand priming. It's also hard for me to know if a primer goes in too easily. And so how can you tell? I do decap before cleaning my brass and someone said that if the primer falls out too easily, throw away that brass. But I have deprimed over a thousand brass casings and I have found a wide variety of pressure levels that it takes to take out the primer. Is there a way to know which amount of pressure is too little? Thanks in advance for all your answers.