http://photos1.walmart.com/walmart/.../otsc=SHR/otsi=SALBlink/COBRAND_NAME=walmart/ http://photos1.walmart.com/walmart/.../otsc=SHR/otsi=SALBlink/COBRAND_NAME=walmart/ I finally reloaded my first bullets for my 270 this weekend. I started out with the recommended starting load and worked up in .5 grain increments to .5 grains under the max load. I wanted to post some pics of my brass in hopes that some more experienced reloaders would take a look at them and let me know if they look ok. The only thing I was not sure about was the brass had soot (?) around the outside of the neck. I was shooting 130 grain barnes ttx with h4350 powder. I did not see any noticable differences in accuracy (all were just over an inch at 100 yds. I would like to shrink my groups down a bit. Which step would be the best to do next? 1). Adjust the oal length while keeping the powder constant. I just did my first one at the recommended length of 3.300. 2). Try a different bullet. 3). Try a different powder. It seems like a lot of the manuals recomment 4831 as the most accurate powder for 130 grain bullets out of a .270.