Are the bullets misaligned before or after they are inserted in the case by the bullet seating die?
The problem as to the loaded rounds not going into battery might be due to the bottom of the brass not being fully resized, due to short stroking of the press or the die not screwed down low enough in the press.
Or you maybe shooting a gun without a fully supporting barrel causing an excessive bulging of the bottom of the brass.
If so, a different type of resizing die will be needed to remove the bulge.
But if the bullets are cocked in the case after loading, then there's a definitely serious problem.
Like maybe an incorrect seating die.
A picture of the loaded rounds would be a big help.
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