I only have dies that neck size cases. A while back I had a friends rifle over sighting it in for him. I shot a box or so factory ammo through his gun and then cleaned and deprimed the cases. I started to work up more loads for his gun only to realize that the loads I was able to work up were not grouping well probably because of powder choice (I only had one at the time). But, I had already primed the cases so I just held on to them.
Here just a while back I got myself the same caliber gun. 30-06. And decided to use the already primed cases not thinking they had been shot out of his gun, not mine. I got some rounds made up and went outside to shoot only to have EXTREME difficulty loading a round. I was aprehensive at first because it took so much force to get the bolt to close and then opening it was almost as hard if not harder.
But I was dead set on shooting that day, and I did not have the time to make up some others or want to waste what I had made up. So I shot them. They shot just fine. When looking at the cases it was clear to see that the area right above the extraction grove is what was making it "snug".
I only shot what I had loaded, but they show no pressure signs than those that I have shot from new brass. But, its always wise to be cautious about things like that.