I purchased a Forster bushing bump sizing die in .308 and I think there is a problem with the die or I don't understand how it works. The case sizing instructions state that the die should be positioned to ensure that the die makes complete contact with the shell holder. However, with a fully resized case (two different FL dies) and without the neck bushing, the case shoulder makes contact with the die while the case protrudes outside of the die by 0.135". With a standard shell holder dimension of 0.125", this will push the shoulder back up to 0.010" below minimum. What am I missing here? If its a matter of moving the die away from the shell holder to bump the shoulder as needed, I'm a bit upset in that I can't use my Redding competition shell holders to control the shoulder bump.