Re: Why is my Redding type s Neck Sizing die bumping my shoulder??
No the bushing isn't contacting the shoulder, and it isn't pushing the shoulder back from neck sizing, but there is plenty good chance of the die body contacting.
The S-type die is a fixed chamber up to the neck, where a bushing land takes over. With that you couldn't size the entire neck if you wanted to with it. But if your guns chamber is wildy different than the die's fixed dimensions, you might be left with an issue on the body.
How do you have the die set?
Can you back the die out to a point that doesn't affect the body, while still providing the neck sizing needed?