Any thoughts on the Lee Bulge Buster or Redding G-Rx push-through case sizing tools? I have quite a lot of 10mm brass with that typical Glock bulge near the case head, which I would like to recondition. Naturally, this being a Glock forum, the big idea is to help make reloads for my Glock 20. I do have a Lone Wolf replacement barrel for my Glock 20, but many of my reloads won't chamber in it because of their Glock-bulged brass. For the same reason, many of my reloads won't fit in a 10mm case gage, which is even tighter than the Lone Wolf chamber (I believe it's cut to minimum SAAMI dimensions). Anything too bulged gets thrown away, of course. I just bought 1000 new Starline 10mm cases to augment my puny supply and to sort of work around the problem of my existing, Glocked 10mm brass. Once I get this problem worked out, I plan to only shoot reloads in the Lone Wolf barrel. That way, they won't re-acquire the Glock bulge. Thanks for your input.