I just wanted to mention something that really changed my reloading practices. I have been loading since my teens and was always satified with the results till I was convinsed by Ralph that I should get a case gage to check the actual size of the final results. I found that the shell holder against the bottom of the die is no guaranty of perfection. No wonder my 60 was going through cases so fast. They were sized .010 under specs. Now I use my gage religiously to reload for my 1919 and the case life has improved dramatically. If you are not using a case gage already I encourage you to get one. You will be able to load for maximum safety and efficiency. Also the gage comes in handy for checking that ammo buy you are about to make.