Even though I've been handloading since 1986 it's all been straight wall cases. So, here I am - a babe in the woods when it comes to handloading for bottleneck cartridges. I've begun handloading for a FAL after shooting nothing but factory ammo through it for 20 yrs. What I discovered today is that I have to set the Redding small base .308 sizing die all the way down to "cam over" depth in order to get the the case head barely small enough to chamber. This results in the shoulder being bumped back more than necessary. Any ideas on how I can solve this?