Not trying to knit pick but 7/8"x14 thread (which most dies are) has 14 threads per inch, which means the one full turn moves it .0714", which 1/4 of that is .0178". That's almost .018". Now 1/8 of a turn is .0089" which is all but .009".
I would say that somewhere around 1/16th of a turn or slightly less (closer to .003") would be more appropriate. Just my opinion!
But, then again. If your not going to be pushing the pressure limit, then there's no real big reason to FL size unless it's entirely necessary. Aside from being less work, it will make your brass last alot longer.
I've pushed full power loads to 5 loadings, never resizing, before the primer pockets gave out. And when i say never resizing, I mean none at all. Just fire, decap, recap, drop powder charge, seat bullet, and fire again. But i always check every single loaded round in the chamber just to make sure there is no problem. At least for that rifle anyway.