While trying to educate myself on everything 45-70 I learned that Hornady brass from their Leverevolution brand is shorter than standard brass. My loaded rounds measure about .050 short of the 2.10 spec. This creates problems with crimping reloads (the cannelure doesn't line up). This would be a problem with tube magazines only. I then stumbled upon a company called Hawk that produces bullets without cannelures and recommends against them. Apparently their jacketing is soft enough, I assume, to take a crimp and they recommend using the Lee factory crimp die. Any thought on this from the experience hand loaders on this forum?