You seem to think that what you have learned in other trades is transferable to reloading, including the terminology. You need to take a step back and listen to what people are telling you.
A staked primer is a staked primer. You still need to remove material or swage the primer pocket to properly engage a new primer into the case.
A crimped primer is just a better way of securing the primer to milspec. I swage and go with it.
Lake City has done some staking in the past and I have used the brass with good results. I swage the primer pocket and all is good.
I have not seen any staked Lake City brass for a few years now unless it is old stuff, and then it has only been 5.56. I can't say if they stopped staking primers or not, other than than I've seen nothing newer than about 2006 or so that was staked.
I could be wrong here but I have never heard of any staked 6.8SPC ammo. It has all been crimped unless there has been no additional securing of the primer other than press fit.
I do not buy 6.8 ammunition. I have enjoyed the development process and listen to those that know what is going on. It has worked out good for me.
I am not new to reloading.