I just reloaded 25 rounds of .357 magnum. I used Remington Premier brass, 158-grain Hornady HP-XTP bullets, and 14 grains of H110. I used a Lee Factory Crimp die, which states several times in the instructions that it is IMPOSSIBLE to buckle the case with this die. On two of my cartridges, there is a small ridge (about .002" wide and MAYBE .001" high) that runs about halfway around the case, about .870" up from the rim on both ones, which is a couple thousands of an inch below where the base of the bullet is inside. I can feel this ridge when I run my finger along the casing, and it is pretty noticeable. Would that be considered a buckled cartridge? If it were to chamber in either my Marlin 1894C or my GP100, would it even be safe to fire?? Ordinarily I'd just say no right from the beginning, but if there's any way I can safely shoot these two, I sure wouldn't complain. Your thoughts?