I've reloaded and crimped a ton of .357 and .44 mag cases with cast bullets, and with a bit of trial and error and help from this forum, I found what a good crimp looks like. But... now I'm doing rifle rounds (.223) with a cannelured jacketed bullet. I have 720 pieces of brass waiting on my order from Graf's to get here so I can make the ammo. I've loaded rifle ammo before (both .223 and 243) but I haven't ever crimped any of them. Since I'm loading for my AR, I know I want to crimp. But how much? Can anyone explain or possibly post a pic of what a good crimp looks like on a rifle round? I will be seating and crimping in the same stroke. Thanks!