Using a straightedge, scratch a vent line from where the gate [the narrowing just ahead of the actual head cavity] and head cavity meet towards the midway point between the 1/4 ounce sprue [hole that you pour into] and the next larger size's sprue. Doesn't have to be pretty nor super deep, Use a common utility knife to do this making sure you have a good blade in it for this. Bear down on the knife a little bit but not so hard you can't control it and make sure the cut goes into the cavity and completely to the mold's edge. You can do a couple cuts if you want. The worse than can happen if you get the cut too deep is a tiny line of lead on the head that can be scratched off using a fingernail. You could even add another cut from the pocket where the spring sits straight up to the top edge of the mold.