Just be careful of how many times you reload those cases. Case head separation is a major pain.
It's caused by more head space found in most lever action rifles. The base of the case get's stretched a bit at each firing.
If you're having to trim the cases after each reload, that's a sign your rifle may have a bit more head space.
Either way, you can check for this condition with a paper clip. Just bend a small bit of the end 90º then scratch it along the inside of the empty case. You'll feel a valley forming just above the case head. If you feel this, crush that case.
Welcome to the wonderful world of reloading.