I'm prepping military brass for my first go at reloading .223 for my AR on a Dillon 550B. After decapping a few, I set-up the Dillon Super Swager to see how that worked. I am not sure of just how much of a taper should be put into the primer pocket. I adjusted the locator rod so my brass barely misses the backup plate when set down. There is resistance when pushing down the swager handle but even under a magnifying glass the taper (swage) is barely visible. Am I doing this correctly?