my authentic velocity finally arrived today. I ordered directly from avid vaper so I know that it is real. after having two clones and loving them I thought I owed it to the creators to support their business. first off the deck and post holes were full of burrs. well not full, but there were several, about 5 or 6 in total. after taking care of those and giving it a quick wash I was just kind of admiring it....lol before I was ready to put a build in it. that's when I noticed the copper 510 pin. it was clearly out of center and dangerously close to one edge of the threaded negative portion of the 510. and looking at a side view one side almost comes flush with the negative. I thought maybe it was just not seated correctly so I loosened it and tightened it back up to no avail. I thought maybe the internal portion and the post just might be a little out of whack( which I still suspect is the issue) but I am not able to get the internal threads to budge and I don't want to damage anything. I have contacted avid and I hope to hear back from them soon and can get this resolved. While it is firing on a regulated device I'm a little weary to use it on a mech mod. Maybe I'm expecting a little too much or worrying for no reason but I am just not happy with the quality control for the price tag, especially considering my clones are basically flawless. has anyone had similar issues with this? or have any tips for removing the stainless portion of the positive post?