Originally Posted by bluesea112
If the .45 acp is spaced on the mouth of the cartridge, then am I correct to think that crimping may allow the cartridge to slide too far foward without catching on the lip? I have been using a Lee factory crimp on my .45 acp, and I have not run into a problem. Now I am thouroughly confused, because what I just read tells me that I should be having a problem. What am I missing here?
A taper crimp is not anything like a roll crimp, I always like to think of a taper crimp as a " squeeze " to get to the final dimension, it really just removes the flare from the seating process more than anything.
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