Pretty new to reloading and this is my first time neck sizing. Pictured is a piece of once-fired .264WM brass after running through the Redding neck sizer die on a Forster Co-Ax press. Decapping stem removed, Neck bushing is .290", case neck was lubed with Imperial Sizing Wax. My plan is to fire the brass 3 times, neck sizing each time, and then send three pieces to Harrels to have a full-length die made for this chamber. You can see how far down the neck the bushing went. Did it go far enough? Looks to me like it needs to go farther down towards the shoulder junction. But, the die body is adjusted so the bottom is just off the top of the shell holder with the ram at the top of the stroke, i.e., made contact to the top of the shell holder, and then backed off about 1/8 of a turn. Don't see how I can size any further down the neck?