Hello everyone ! I'm reloading for the 45-70 and I was hoping someone here could help me out. I'm using a set of Redding dies for the 45-70 and I also purchased the profile crimp die. My brass is all trimed to the same length and the bullets seated to the same depth. When I go to crimp them with the profile crimp die I'm not positive about what the finished crimp should look like. Should the case mouth be rolled into the crimping groove or just tapered into the groove. My load books don't really tell me anything more than the die set-up is correct. I do reload for a number of other calibers but this is my first straight walled case. Thanks for any help you can give me.