I recently came across a you tube video of a hand loader that was annealing his brass. He stated that if he doesn't do this, he gets only a few loads out of brass and he starts losing brass due to splits. He states that he doesn't have the issue with any other caliber. He attributed it to the factory chambering having a slight taper and in carbide dies, there is no taper...I use carbide dies too. Anyways, I've not read anything on this and I have only reloaded some brass two times as I'm still buying some factory ammo to accumulate brass. Anyone loading .45 LC have any experience, opinions or even heard of this? Annealing is not a huge deal, but I don't do it for any other loads but will if it means my brass will last much longer.