I am new to this and have a question although it may seem stupid, but I couldn't find an answer by searching. I have the comparator and figured that my bullet should be seated to 2.3535 measured from head to ogive. I started seating my bullets and each one comes out a different length, usually fluctuating by less than .1 give or take. So It makes me wonder if I am supposed to back off my seating die for every round I make and measure it individually? I am using Lee seating die and I think that is a big reason why I am getting such big fluctuations. Can other dies such as the Forster or Redding ones with micrometer adjustments, just be set and get consistent seating depths each time? Do those push against the meplat to seat or does it contact the ogive area and seat from there?