I'm reloading round nose 230 gr cast bullets, .45 acp, in a variety of cleaned cases.
The problem I'm having with my Dillon 650 is that even though I have properly sized, primed, and charged cases (they easily fit into my cartridge gauge) when I seat the bullets and apply the crimp the rounds now jam/stick in the cartridge gauge about 1/4" from the base of the shell.
The top of the case is just above the highest lube groove of the bullet
To correct this I end up pulling the deprimer out of the die and run the now reloaded round through the resizer die a second time. After this second resize they fit fine into the cartridge gauge.
I'm reloading the rounds to the an OAL of about 1.24" which is a length that works vert well in my pistol.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.