I got the Redding body die in today and immediately lubed up two cases. Ran them through the die with just a slight cam over. Didn't bother with headspace, I wanted to know if it was going to size the body. I noticed more resistance right of the bat compared to the forester FL die as I sized them. Not a lot, but some was defenitley there. I wiped them down after sizing them and ran them into the chamber. Bolt went down smooth as ice and back up. No stiffness. To double check I ran an unsized case in the chamber and once again, stiff bolt going down and back up. Lubed up the case, sized it, wiped it off, and voila, bolt movement was smooth as ice again. I didn't do any measurements since it's late, will go over it thoroughly tomorrow, but it looks like the issue has been resolved. The Forester die wasn't doing it's job. It almost acted like a neck sizing die. Thanks for all the help guys. I'm pretty sure this was the issue. I'll try to post the measurements tomorrow.