I'm going to give my troublesome 300 Weatherby Mark V one more try to shoot accurately (by that I mean under 1 moa) and I really need some help with working up an accurate load for it. Here is what I have to work with: 175 gr SGK's 180 gr SGK spbt's 190 gr SMK's 185 gr Berger VLD's 20 pieces of new Weatherby brand brass that I have BR prep'd. Federal 215 primers. 1 lb of RL19 powder I'd also consider purchasing a lb of IMR4350, RL22, RL25, or H4831 powder if any one of these came highly recommended for this caliber. I would really appreciate any 'pet' load recommendations. My main emphasis, for now, is accuracy, not velocity. I would also appreciate recommendations on a powder that will excel with this caliber. I do not have any load data on the berger VLD's (as they were given to me), and would like some help on where to find load data or starting points for these. I'm a careful reloader and would start low and work up to any recommended loads. And I would consult the books. The past accuracy problems with this rifle are a whole other story. At this point, the action and the first inch of the barrel are bedded. The rest of the barrel is free floated. The action screws have been torqued. The scope and mounts have been swapped, just in case they were part of the problem.