No on the spray lube, a very knowledge able man told me not to use it, I was just using lymans case lube. The brass that was not fitting in the chamber, I used my .010 shell holder and body die. No resistance in the rifle chamber. If there is no to little resistance isn't that bad? If I use my comp neck sizing die with the neck bushing out doesn't it do the same as the body die? Should I still set the lands the same as my tighter good brass. Or maybe further due to less then tight cases
Not sure I understand what you are saying.
It is ok to have an easy fit of the case in the chamber as long as you work upto that easy fit in small increment so you dont OVERSHOOT and go too far and create excessive head clearance .
My crystal ball tells me to presume you are using a Redding S die so if you remove the bushing it is essentially a body die . However I think that a Redding S sizes a bit tighter than a standard body die due to it being popular with auto shooters.
Start with the thickest shell holder that will not size enough to close the bolt on the case .
Add the next size thinner shell holder and size again and try to close the bolt and so on .
When the bolt is just close to closing with resistance add the next size shell holder and that should be about .002 clearance . Keep that shell holder with the die .
If the thick .010 shell holder sizes the case to fit then I think the die is on the tight side for your chamber . Buy a standard body die and try that .