One of the advantages of Forster dies is that the expander button is positioned high up on the stem, minimizing the effects of off centered buttons, namely crooked necks. i decided doing the same with my Redding die, screwing the stem high enough that The expander button just does the case neck. Prior to this step, I removed the now useless depriming pin. I deprime in a separate operation with a hand tool, while sitting on the range waiting for my barrel to cool between shot strings.
am I doing the right thing here?