This is my first attempt at reloading, I have all brand new equipment, and am trying to reload for my 270 WSM. Right away I am having problems... RCBS Rock Chucker #43 shell holder Redding full length die When I resize I am getting dents on the shoulder which from everything I'm reading means too much lube. I have cleaned the inside of the die, and I am trying to put even less lube on the case then I was initially. I put a tiny drop on my finger tip, rub my fingers together then rub the case, basically just enough to make it shiny. This has helped but I am still getting small dents on the shoulder unless I move the ram up and down about 1/4 of the way at a time. The makes me think there is something else going on aside from the hydraulic denting: Using the hornady lock 'n load comparator it looks the shoulder is being pushed back .010 instead of the .001-.002 I would like to see. I set the die so it is touching the shell holder, and turned it down approx 1/8 turn, there is just a VERY small springy feeling at the end of the stroke, it is probably less than 1/8 of a turn. I really don't want dented cases, nor do I want to set the shoulder back that far. Any ideas???