Originally Posted by Bart B
Bullets should be held tight enough to not easily be pulled out by hand. It doesn't matter accuracy wise how much clearance there is between the case neck and chamber neck. The neck centers perfectly in the chamber when it's fired anyway, regardless of the clearance amount.
Bart, he's talking about fired rounds not accepting another bullet easily(on a fired brass without re-sizing); ie. he's not getting a good release.
What is your brass's trim LENGTH in relation to your chamber dimension?? I'm starting to wonder if you aren't at the end of the chamber and dang near crimping the brass into the pill when you chamber.
"Loaded case neck diameter 0.316
Full lenght sized unloaded case 0.314
Fired case diameter 0.319"
From your loaded diameter to your fired diameter there's .003" expansion; that should be sufficient.