Just started reloading 12 gauge Win AA hulls on a Ponsness Warren 950 elite that was given to me. My question is the final crimp looks deep to my uneducated eye but the shell didn't bulge. When I reloaded on my old MEC 600 Jr if the final crimp was set to deep it would bulge/bend the loaded hull. Can you crimp too deep? Also I have many different AA Hulls from the Super Sport (Grey) to Light (Red) Extra Lite(Red) and Super Pigeon(Red) the grey and light (red) don't seem to crimp the same as the Extra Lite and Super Pigeon hulls(These look like brand new loads when finished, other than what seems to me as a deep crimp) the grey and light will have 1-2 pellets(7.5's) fall out, is this normal? Shouldn't all AA hulls come out the same? Thanks for answering these questions.