I have noticed differences in bottle necks which may affect my capping.
I was merrily capping away with standard 12oz bottles with my Red Baron capper.
I decided to bottle hard cider in green bottles, and again was wailing away until I hit the case of Heinekens. The neck flange is shallow, the cap did not dimple as it did with bottles from Sam Adams, Dogfish Head, etc. When I gave them the twist test, the cap turned. It felt tight, but it turned; the caps on the 'standard' bottles (the ones with the long flange) did not.
Is there a trick or adjustment I can use with wing cappers, or do I need to move to a bench capper? I don't want to move to a bench capper, because I would have to adjust it each time I cap a bottle of different height.
Aside: I got a case of Stella Artois bottles; the thick neck goes up to the crown, so my old wing capper did not snug to the flange. A retired brewer gave me the Red Baron, which worked fine.
The obvious answer is: KEG! The other one is to use only "standard" bottles, but some of the bottles are distinctive.
In general, I am looking for answers about bottle/capper interfaces.