I just resized some norma 308 norma brass to 358. The chamber in my rifle has very tight tolerances, especially around the neck. The resized brass gets thicker near where the 308 shoulder would've originally been. There is a slight "bump" near this spot, all the way to the new shoulder. My cartridges won't chamber. Is there ANY way to take down this thickness near the shoulder of already loaded ammo? I'll be darned if I'm gonna pull 50 bullets to turn the necks. Can I turn this spot of the neck of already loaded ammo? Most outside neck turners I've seen, pilot off the inside of the neck.
Please be warned, you'll need to turn this bump down if you ever choose to resize norma brass to 358, it gets thicker near the original shoulder.