I understand that it is preferable to full-length-resize casings for proper chambering in hunting rifles, but I have a couple of questions: 1. When I run the fired case through the full length resizing die, I can see marks on the case where it has been resized -- EXCEPT FOR THE LAST .06" BEFORE THE BELT, which remains smooth and untouched. I've tried setting up the die touching the bottom, and even tightened 1/4 or 1/2 turn beyond, but it doesn't seem to matter. Is this a problem? I have a collet resizing die on order, but I was wondering if I need to worry in the meantime. 2. I use a SAAMI-sized chamber check to verify after resizing. Is that sufficient, or do I need to chamber check in the actual rifle?