Re: 6.5/284Norma qusetions
Im new here, so this is my first post.
I have shot some benchrest here in Western Canada, and the prevailing wisdom here is to seat your bullet into the lands. My .308 is into the lands .025", and I routinely place in the local competitions here. (Most folks just dont like a .30 cal thumper though....does buck the wind well with all that weight (.155 / .168 gr) I have won 300 meter prone matches with this rifle (Rem 700, Norma Brass, IMR 4895 powder - nothing truely special)...IMO, ALL groups tighten up when you remove the random nature of any sort of 'bullet jump'.
I enjoy the forum...keep it up all.