Guys, first and foremost. DO NOT CHAMBER THIS ROUND OR TRY TO SHOOT IT! Yes I am shouting. Any load that may be touching the rifling and not designed for your specific rifle can develop extremely dangerous pressure resulting in catastrophic failure that can cause severe injury. Unless you are absolute certain the round is not jamming into the rifling, I would sit back and measure twice before moving forward. You don't know what the throat dimensions are for another rifle, 0.010 COAL may be fine in your rifle but jammed tighter than a bulls butt in another.
I also disagree that a neck sized round will chamber with "resistance", sometimes maybe but also may be result of case too long, shoulder needs some setback, bullet COL into rifling etc which can result in a serious Awe Crap. Brass spring back usually has some resistance but hardly felt.
If you are confident the round chambers fine and bullet is not jammed into rifling, then that is up to you to decide. BUT number one safety rule for any reloader is never share a specific reload from your rifle to another one. Reamers are different from rifle to rifle even within same manufacturer. From one manufacturer to another it is even more likely not be consistent. The number one benefit from reloading is to customize your ammo to your rifle to maximize its accuracy potential. Sharing custom ammo is not a good practice.
I am not chastising but only trying to get across the potential seriousness of sharing a reloaded round in another rifle. You have to measure each rifle if you want them to be OK for a certain COAL but as stated above, just FL resize to SAAMI and you should be fine.
"Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty or safety." Ben Franklin