I have been handloading .308 for a few years, and .243 for about a year. This is my first time reloading 45-70. It has been some time since I handloaded a straight-walled case. I don't know if I am being overly critical here or not, but there appears to be a slight bulge in my case wall on one side. It acts like it is not out of round. My best conclusion is maybe to much flair when I open the case up to accept the bullet, right now there is just enough for the bullet to set on top and and inside. I chambered the round in my Sharps, and it goes right in without any hiccups. Any ideas, or am I just overly critical here?