I have just recently started reloading for a new 6.5x47. This rifle was built by a local builder and this thing will shoot no matter what you feed it. I do however have a question about headspace. I noticed that when I set my FL die to bump the shoulder back .002, it will not knock the primer out and the neck has only been sized about 3/4 of the way. BTW it is a redding type s. So it seems that im either going to live with pulling the primers out with vice grips or push my shoulder back .003-.005 more than it needs to be. any suggestions?