I wouldn't worry about it.
You're starting at the min (as you should), and seating deeper with a RIFLE bullet can actually lower the peak pressure by giving you more free bore (leade)
Counter intuitive if you've been loading (or reading about) handgun rounds, where seating deeper WILL raise pressures.
As an example. look at chamber drawings of a .223 Rem vs a 5.56 NATO. The 5.56 CHAMBER has a longer leade to handle the slightly higher pressure of the Mil Spec round.
Weatherby does pretty much the same thing with their hotrods.
If you're still skeptical, (and you should be, I'm just some random posting on the interwebz), a couple of light whacks with a kinetic puller will move the bullet enough to run it thru your seater again and get it to the proper length.