Folks, I need help regarding something I noticed today..... I took out my Saiga .223 for her first hunting trip this morning. All went well, and that puppy shot so smooth. Very little recoil, but WOW is she freaking LOUD!! My left ear is still ringing (I kid you not). My brother in law was shocked at how loud it was. Anyways, I noticed something and I don't know if this is major, or just nature of the beast for AK styled rifles. When we got back to the truck, I dropped the clip, and unchamberd the live round (and just dropped the round that was chamberd back into clip without really inspecting it). When I got home I emptied the clip and began putting the ammo back into the plastic storage sleave, when something caught my eye. The unfired round that was in chamber had a small indentation on the primer from the fireing pin. What I can only assume is the pin was partially exposed upon the return of the bolt, in conjuction with the chambering of the next round. Is this normal for AK styled rifles? Should there be a small indent on the primer on the next round chambered?????? My concern is that if this isn't supposed to be this was, could that pin push even further out, and upon the return of the bolt, the weapon fire off the next round on its own--which would then in turn fire that puppy in full auto as it will just repeat. Any suggestions..? Should I contact Saiga?