A question on reloading .45 ACP Remington R-P brass:
I separated all the different headstamp brands of my brass. They all seem about the same running through the press until I started on a batch of Remington R-P. Using a Lee Classic Turret press during the bullet seating process on the R-P casings, the bullet felt like it went In to easy without very much tension. The factory crimp die feels like it barely touches the casing. I'm concerned about setback when the round is chambered.
Is this the norm with Remington-Peters brass and should I have any concern using this once shot (by me) brass? I feel like tossing it but I have about 300 pieces of R-P brass and about the same in unfired Remington UMC