I have a Lyman Orange crush reloading press that is several years old and has served me well. I loaded 200 .45acp rounds today with no problems. I switched over to .223 this afternoon. First stage...no problems. De primed and full length resized. Switched over to seat and crimp and my problem started. When I removed the case from the die, the die had shaved the side of the brass case. I tried it again and the same thing happened. It always shaves the brass in the same place, towards the front of the press. Anyone ever have trouble like this? I think I have a mis-alignment problem. Maybe wear on the threads of the press or maybe the threads of the die are not concentric with the seater? I don't know. I may have to buy a new set of .223 dies and a new press. Anyone have any thoughts on this? Thanks for any help.