Started a reloading session with once fired Nitro hulls. Load was 9/8 oz with WAA wads. More than 30% of inserted wads were cocked, had to cut off exposed petals to cycle the lever. Shifted to WT12 wads, 15% of inserted wads were also cocked with exposed petals. Tried all the suggested fixes in the owners manual. Problem never happened with straight wall hulls. Gave serious thought to shipping the machine to Idaho for repair, or replacing with a new Spolar Gold. Then the Bright Idea light bulb lit and I put a BPI hull skiver in the hand held drill and lightly touched 10 hulls. That removed the sharp edged crimp folds and changed the overall mouth shape to almost round. Now all hulls get that fix and 200+ reloads later with no cocked wads. Finished reload has the same crimp appearance as new rounds and prior reloads. Now I skive 50 hulls at a time, nice change of pace while reloading.