After reading your post, i would like to offer the following suggestions to possibly solve your ammo feeding problem:
1. For auto loading rifles which fire bottle-neck cartridges, be sure to full length resize the cases.
2. Check the length of the cases & if too long, trim them to the shortest length recommended for the caliber from reputable sources of this information.
3. Seat the bullet to the farthest you can, which will still permit easy loading into the magazine. Another way to set the bullet seating die to the factory ammo specs.
4. Use a taper crimp die to finish the final step after seating the bullet.
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