I recently purchased a lee factory crimp die to use in place of my rcbs seating die to crimp.
Was just wondering if its necessary to re-work all my loads since I've switched to this? Might be a dumb question but would just like some information.
I switched from the Dillon crimp die to Lee and am happy with the results. I used to find a lot of unburnt powder in some of my guns (especially the 45ACP 25-2 revolver until I switched). I didn't change any of my loads. If I were pushing the limits with a particular load, I would think about reworking it because you are definitely allowing more pressure to build.