Re: Shoulder bump problem? Not far enough?
Myself, I like the Lee specific caliber crimp dies (if in fact you consider them viable is of course your own preference) simply because I load for the group and I don't know how the loads will be ultimately handled (in other words, mght be banging around in a hunting coat pocket or range bag for all I know).
To that end, I machined the lower eccentric plate on a Rockchucker to accept a torque wrench in 1/2" square drive (I broached a square hole in the malleable casting). That way, I can apply repeatable torque when seating and crimping.
I use it for opening case mouths on pistol (straight wall) too. I can get 'just the right amount' of bellmouth on a straight wall case without overworking the brass and ulrimately cracking the mouth.
I believe there are a couple torque indicating setups on the market that retrofit presses.....
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