Last night I loaded up 70 rounds for a f-class match saturday. On round 58 I relaized the set screw in my wilson seater had loosened allowing the stem to rotate. Now I have a bunch of rounds that are shorter than my .194 ogive to base length. I also have a few that are longer, and about 40 rounds that are pretty much spot on. I used a gravity puller to lengthen the cases that were too short and reseated them to the correct length. I just reseated the cases that were too long. Here is my question. Should I use a gravity puller to lengthen the cases that are seated correctly and reseat them all; or pull all the bullets from all the cases and resize them all? It seems that when I unseat the cases that are too short that there is slightly less neck tension when I reseat them. Still plenty of neck tension to secure the bullet, but less than normal. Will these reseated rounds find a different POI that the cases that were initially seated correctly, if I do not unseat and reseat them? We are only talking about 600 yards, is this inconsistancy going to give me enough verticle to knock me out of the 1/2 MOA x ring? I have a bunch of time invested in developing this load and I know the gun is shooting well enough to win if I do my part. I do not want to blow this chance by being too lazy. Should I just pull all of them and resize the cases and reload; or unseat and reseat all? Thanks for any input.