I have 1500 lead bullets, that are mismarked on the package. The package says "9mm, .356". They are actuall .357. Can I resize them, to .355 for use in a 9mm auto? I use a Lee Hand Press Reloader, for 9mm & 380acp only. The 125 gr lead bullets sometimes work in my large Taurus PT92AFS (9mm) and in My Taurus PT58HC (380acp) But it will NOT (EVER!) work in my Taurus Millenium 9mm. (YES, I DID find a "safe load" for 380acp, with a 125gr bullet, in a regular loadbook!) I have already tried a Carbide sizing die (Lee # 578-115) & it does NOT "squish" the bullet the needed .002. What I think I need is, a carbide sizer die, made for sizing "just cast" bullets. I cannot find a part number, in the Midway catalog. Lyman shows a "450/4500 Lube sizer" pn#254-205 as "fits Lyman lube sizer". Does anybody know if this part will fit a Lee hand reloader, and will it resize the lead bullets. (Yes, they are lead, yes they can be resized. I "drifted" a bullet, through an old .355 barrel & the bullet was resized to .355 but I don't want to have to do each bullet, this way.) Can anybody give me advise on this?