Loading 22-250 Remington Mdl. 700 COL (to the rifilings) is 2.67 Hornaday calls for 2.350 max My depth of 2.67 can be acheived by using a Hornady 75 grain BT A-Max with the bullet still holding tight into the case. Hornadys Loading book says a 75 gr will not stabilize in a 1-10 twist or slower. I have a 1-14 twist in the Remington This leaves the max bullet I should use a 55 gr. V-Max The 55gn V-Max will seat to 2.61 securely I can seat it a bit longer but you can pull the bullet out with your fingers. Question: How "tight" must the bullet be in the case to build proper pressure? Can the bullet be seated at any depth as long as the bullet dosent fall out of the case? Since I cant set to the rifilings or just off the rifilings is "as close as I can get" the way to look at this?