I had a chance to go antalope hunting today work ended up being a pita and had to pass. Would of been fun though. Anyway I ran into a problem while getting a load worked up for the .25-06AI. Its what I get for trying to make things so perfect I guess. Anyway here is the story. The gun has a tight neck chamber of .282 and I trimmed my necks to .011 to give the case .003 total neck clearance. Loaded cases chamber very easy. I ordered up a Redding S Type Bushing neck size die in .279. WRONG. What I ened up with is a case without enough neck tension to keep the bullets locked into the case. They can be slid up and down slightly in the case neck. Won't come out but they can move. Not a good situation I'm thinking. To fix the situation I went back thru my culls and found about 20 cases with a neck thickness of .012 that need to be turned down a bit more. They worked well and the bullet stays where its supposed to be. Gun shot very well into 1/2" and with some fine tuning of the load and optics will do much better. Now the question I have is this. How much neck clearance is necessary. Is .003 enough or too much. If its about right for clearance then how much neck tension should I give the case. Or did I miss something. Need to order a new bushing and I am wondering just what size to get.