Your concerns are misplaced.
Ruger #1s do not have a bolt.
There are white lies, lies, damn lies, and then there are 7mmRemMag published data.
I work up to the threshold of long brass life and then back off 4% powder charge with that powder.
Those are usefull loads, not silly lawyered up loads that reduce the 7mmRM to less than what the 7x57mm can do with long brass life.
I also way overload every rifle and pistol design to see what happens.
I take my rifles WAY past the threshold of long brass life.
I know what they are capable, when the bolt yields, and how much.
There are huge amounts of safety margin between long brass life and where the rifle fails.
This is a 7mmRM at QL 108kpsi fired in a VZ24 I converted from 8x57 to 7mmRM
180 gr VLD moly 70 gr Re17 108 kpsi primer fell out
Alliant's max load for 175 gr is 57 gr, so that case was fired with 13 gr extra powder.
I later hunted with that rifle and shot a deer and an antelope in 2011.