I'm converting a Browning A bolt 243 Win into a 308 Win to run as a compact 20" suppressed hunting rifle capable of making consistent sub MOA hits at 1000 yards. I don't plan to take game that far out, but I want the accuracy capability as this rifle will see a lot of range time. I have a maximum magazine length of 2.815" and I prefer to keep it as a repeater. I'm planning to run 175 - 200 grain bullets with a 1 in 10 twist. How have you guys been setting up your 308 chambers to suit this type of shooting? Is a Saami spec chamber versatile enough to perform well in this application? What are your recommendations for a tack driving 308?