Understanding that the .45ACP and several others like it (auto-pistols) headspace differently than others, how critical is it to crimp .45ACP cartridges? Assuming you didn't bell the case beyond normal to begin with and it doesn't interfere with feeding, would there be other problems such as pressure, etc? I ran a few through my Baby Eagle this afternoon. Basic recipe was 1.265 COL, CCI LP, Rainier 230grRN Plated sitting on 5.0 Unique. For some reason these rounds felt hotter than normal. 5.0 Unique should be a rather mild version for .45ACP with these bullets as most loads run around 5.7 and up for the same bullet. Any ideas folks?