ok, so i've been reloading for a couple years and getting comfortable with it. however, as I have been recording my load data for the different guns, I realized that there doesn't seem to be any description on crimping. In other words, how do I record how tight of a crimp I put on a setup? A roll-crimp, I can eye-ball the depth the roll goes into the canulure (sp?) of the bullet. But a taper crimp... Hmmm... I've started by getting a measurement of the case diameter after the crimp (I don't mix brass), so I'll see if this gets me what I want after a few different loads. Or should I do my test crimp and measure it by how many whacks it takes to pull the bullet in the bullet-puller hammer? Thoughts?