I am loading 9mm for the first time and the 115 gr Berry’s bullets are seating crooked. My dies are RCBS. I posted a few times about it in another thread but thought I should start a new thread. Here is info from that thread explaining what is happening. I tried seating a bullet and I think it’s slightly crooked. I used the RN seating stem, not the FP. I noticed that it didn’t fit the bullet nose exactly. I think the stem was designed for a less pointed fatter bullet. I put the bullet in the case and thought I had it straight. When I seated it, it looked like it was leaning to one side a little bit. I drop the round into the chamber of a barrel, and it went in just as far as a factory round. It did not slide out as easily as the factory round, but I have not crimped it yet. I did not want to do that in case I have to pull the bullet. Both go in the chamber the exact same amount though. You can see the bullet leaning slightly to the left in the picture. I rolled the round on the table and can see that the bullet point is off center as it spins. Here are the two rounds that I loaded. You can see that they are leaning towards each other. What am I doing wrong? I searched other posts and even other sites. Some say that I should flare the case less. Some say to flare the case more. Some say I need to buy other seating stems. Any ideas?