I have about 400 of my .45 ACP reloads that obviously were not belled sufficiently in the case processing phase. What resulted is a run that has the slight silver crescent, or shaved lead around the case mouth. This has affected headspace and many if not all, will not completely seat in the chamber, resulting in an out of batter condition, followed by the subsequent failure to fire. I have two options, there may be more. 1. Sit down and run my fingernail around each bullet and test in the removed barrel of my .45. 2. Reseat the bullet a few thousands and hope to shear the balance of the crescent as the bullet is seated. While I am confident of option one, it will take a while. What are your thoughts?