One other thing to keep in mind is that Bradley may be bringing some new production capacity on line to replace what was lost in the fire. If there are slightly different sized pucks in a single box, it is possible that one of the dies on a new machine is improperly sized.
Corey, if you can confirm that the problem is not an improperly positioned puck (I'm discounting high humidity as a potential cause because you just opened a fresh box of pucks), you might want to contact Bradley customer service so they can start on addressing the issue as soon as possible. I'd expect that Bradley might ask for samples of the normal sized and the oversized pucks as well as the box or other packaging the pucks came in. So, it would be helpful if you haven't thrown that stuff away. (The packaging often contains markings that identify the plant, machine, run lot, and time of day that the package was produced. This information expedites trouble shooting.)