(Who built my 6x284)
Leroy Johnson out of Bakersfield, California. He is an awesome gunsmith. I've had rifles built buy some of the top gunsmiths (Dave Tooley being one of them) and Leroy's work is just as good.
(With a 20MOA, can you zero at 200 yards)
(Where did you seat the bullets)
I seated the bullets about just a -10th off the lands.
Hope this helps Chuckster. Yea, as you can see I am a big fan of the 6x284, but I am not messing around when I say its the best 6mm for long range varminting, if you consider both accuracy and speed. The 6mmBR is the most accurate, however, it can't even come close to the 6x284 when it comes to velocity.
Anyhow, if you need any info regarding the 6x284 or reloading info, you can e-mail me at; firstname.lastname@example.org
I would really look at the 6x284 for your new varmint rifle. It is an awesome, and you smoke all your varminting buddies who have .22cal or slower 6mm's.
The 220 Swift is the King of varminting for the .22 cals.
The 6x284 is the King of Varminting for the 6mm.
The 6mmBR is the King of bench rest competition.
The 7mm Allen Mag is the new King of all Long range shooting.
The 338 Allen Mag is the new King of all Ultra Long range shooting.
Now remember, IMO the above mentioned cartridges are my tpd for their specific fields.