Crimp On .38/.357 Reloads
I have only reloaded auto pistol cartridges thus far, however I recently decided I would begin reloading revolver cartridges as well. The first will be .38/.357. I ordered the dies and some Rainier copper plated bullets. I requested the die set with a roll crimp die, however I didn't take into consideration that the Rainier bullets do not have a cannelure. I assume this means that I will need to use a taper crimp, so I will go ahead and order it. My question is how tight a crimp should I try to achieve?
Thanks for your guidance.