That was my initial response, where is the crimping??Looking at the round there must not be much of a crimp. If it were my own reload I'd use a inertia hammer to move the bullet forward enough to allow a reseat and then crimp with either a roll or taper crimp. If it is a factory round I'd contact the company. If it is a reload from a friend I'd show and talk to them about it. If it is a reload from somebody else I'd really think hard about shooting one because that may not be the only problem. I would not fire it prairie dogged like that.