I've been loading 100g RN Berrys plated bullets for .380 ACP on my XL650 using the Horandy New Dimension II dies. Current tool head set-up Station 1. Size and decap (Horandy) Station 2. Flare and Power drop (Dillon) Station 3. Seat and crimp (Horandy) Yeah only 3 stations but works just fine, shame I never get any use out of that expander die in the Horandy set. Anyways, I want to try a few sample moly 95g RN Bear Creek bullets (.356-.357 diameter) that I got from my distributor but I am apprehensive about using the current die seat up cause I know these bullets don't do as well when seating and crimping at the same time. What do you guys think I should do to separate the two operations? I have a extra seating die from my Dillon 9mm die set and could use that. Do you think backing off the seating stem on the Horandy die and just using the crimp will work? Maybe just get a dedicated crimping die? Anyone know if the 38-9mm taper crimp dies from Horandy will work for .380 ACP?