I want to be able to shoot more often and have researched re-loaders. Dillon 550B seems a good choice. I will reload .40 s&w's. I have a question. Online i read a phenomena where a Glock does not fully chamber the round and with .40 high pressure loads, will bulge the brass near the end of the casing. Folks are saying that you need to get a full length sizing die to reform the casing to be able to reload. Question: #1. Is this a real issue? #2. If so, is there a Dillon 550B sizing die that will reshape the casing? It would be a pain and time consuming to test chamber each round - to look for the bulge.