New to reloading but bought one of those simple classic lee loader kits for my 45 ACP to try it out (uses the dies, rods, and hammer, not a press), had good reviews, even some simple demos on youtube...Got mine in and did plenty of research and went ahead and tried loading some no powder/primer rounds just to check the cycle and if they maintained their OAL...my book had a min OAL of 1.26" for the powder charge i was using and i made about 10 dummy rnds at that length...noticed right away 7/10 i could push the bullet so deep into the case with just my hands (and not a lot of force) the OAL went all the down to 1.15"-1.17" consistently...after double checking the 3 that remained the correct OAL I went ahead and shot them with no issues of any kind and good accuracy at 10 yds...went back to the bench and had about 50 casings left...sized, chauffeured, and seated everyone of them with only bullets with OAL ranging from 1.24-1.275 (SAAMI max OAL) and out of those 50 only 9 could i not seat farther in the case with just my hands (once again i pushed them all to around 1.17, some were as low as 1.08)...the majority were so loose in the case i could push them back out by hand with a small punch thru the primer hole. I have ass. brass...win, RP (heard this was crap), speer, PPU, and federal...some are even the nickel plated. Of those 9 i couldnt hand push, the bullet seated to a OAL below 1.200" after being cycled thru my 1911 twice...my 1911 is a remington r1 and i have about 500 rnds thru it with only one time a casing didnt eject and it was the day i bought it before i took it apart and cleaned it, other than that, never a problem...anyone have any info that may be helpful? is my kits sizing die not shrinking my casings enough? ive re-watched the vids and checked the instructions over and over, the kit is pretty simple... the diameter of the 230 gr. winchester FMJ bullets is .451"-.454 and when the casing is sized the I.D. measured at .448" also it specifically says no crimp is needed on the 45 ACP in the kit instructions (and on demo vids)...i even tried the crimp side of my die just to check and it didnt hold the bullet much tighter, says crimping with this die could cause head space issues...any ideas?