A few months back, y'all talked me into keeping my reloading equipment, setting it up and learning how to use it. So I did but now I have a question about the over all length. I am using two reloading manuals, (1) is mordern reloading, second edition by Richard Lee, (2) is Lyman 49th edition, In the Lee book, loading a 200 grain jacketed bullet the OAL is 1.595 using accurate #9 powder, the Lyman book shows 1.610 OAL, but does not list the specific projectile I purchased, or the powder. However, when I seat the bullet so the crimp is in the cannelure (which both books indicate is correct) I am getting an OAL of 1.5615. The Bullets I purchased say 44 mag, 200gr. F.M.C./F.M.J. , size .429 manufacured by Youngs Enterprises in Orange City Fl. Am I doing something wrong? I understand case pressure will increase if i set the bullet to deep, but the bullet cannelure makes the OAL shorter than the handbooks indicate.