Sorry to hear about the "bombs", not too sure what to do other than what has been mentioned however I am wondering how you wound up with the "bombs" in the first place. If it was uneven mixing then you may only wind up with a few over carbonated beers and a bunch of undercarbonated beers!
Without knowing your process, did you batch prime your beer or add some sugar to each bottle? Weighing the priming sugar is always best (if possible), 3oz is always 3oz where 3/4 cup can vary greatly in volume by the size of the sugar granule. (think pound of feathers - pound of lead)
If batch priming you need to be sure and (gently) stir the beer for a couple of minutes to ensure thorough mixing.
Another thought is how accurate are your volumes? I have fairly innacurate methods to measure my volumes until I bottle so I do not know how much sugar to add until I get my beer into the bottling bucket.
Just a couple of thoughts, good luck!
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