After lots of research I finally have my press set up and produced my first 3 loaded rounds. Of course, I produced a hand full of inert ( dummy ) rounds for measurement purposes. The Lee die sets instructions give a diagrams that give MAX length of the case .754 inch or 19.15 mm. The overall length of the finished bullet should be MAX 1.169 inch or 29.69 mm. After making sure that this criteria was met, I removed my barrel and used it as a chamber tester. My reloaded rounds were below the max length (oal) , and went into the barrel flush like the store bought factory rounds. They also freely dropped out of the barrel like the factory rounds when tilted upwards. The difference ,I noticed was that the factory rounds turned freely when twisted with my fingertips and the loaded rounds did not. I think this is due to the factory rounds being smooth copper coated and my reloaded rounds are lead. Any insight on this ? I stopped at 3 reloads because I realized that that the primers were not sitting flush. They are the correct small pistol primers and I did clean the primer pockets with the little pocket cleaner tool that came with the Lee 4 hole turret press. Any insight on this issue would be appreciated.