Re: Savage 111 long range hunter
First thing, buy yourself some factory ammo! See how it shoots, save yourself some money, and save your rifle.....
Then you have a starting point for the rest:
Are you sure you know your headspace?
Use your fired factory brass to-- compare a fired brass to one of your loaded rounds (measurement)....do you have a bump gauge?
Does the unfired round chamber ok, what about the fired brass?
You should also post the load specifics....
However without knowing your brass prep, your OAL, chamber/round, neck seating tension, etc. it's really hard to say.
Again, you can eliminate a lot of variables by buying some factory ammo.....
The terrain sure looks a hell of a lot different whe you'er crawling through it!
Wounded Warrior Alumni