My crimps are much lighter. My last, however, was for a .22 Creedmoor. They don't make a .22CM crimp die (yet?). I ordered and used a 6mm CM, which gave just a slight bit of a crimp.
I am unable to use the Hornady Concentricity Tool with the Hammers, however. I tried "straightening" one and it literally jack-knifed in the case mouth. I'll have to forego that step. I really can't see any way to get to work because of the continuous machining up the shank creating the grooves with no flats in between to aim for with the screw adjustment. I generally "straighten" the assembled ammo as the next-to-last step before crimping to reclaim neck tension after bending the necks out with the straightening process.
I did have a better time of it with the .30 cal 124gr HHs in the .300 Win Mag case. The machined section was a little shorter, so the bullets were seated deep enough that the mouth of the case was above the last groove. I was still able to "straighten" those to an acceptable level.