Also, as Clark says, the inexpensive Lee Collet Die does the best job pretty consistently. See this video
. It takes a little time to get used to the Lee (a learning curve) but it is just better in operating principle. As a bonus, its mandrel prevens the formation of the "dreaded donut" at the junction of the neck and shoulder that requires periodic inside neck reaming to clear out if your bullets seat that deeply.
I like to use the Lee Collet Die, then a Redding Body Die as a separate step to bump the shoulder back. This saves buying the bushings, so it is also a more economical combination. The only drawback is it involves running two sizing steps.