Gentlemen: I'm new to this site and just recently acquired a Remington LSS 338 RUM. I did so not necessarily because I wish to shoot at 600 yds (though that would be great if I could learn to do so) but because I'm a lefty and wanted something in 338 cal., in SS, with a synth. or lamin. stk., in left-handed bolt action that had a reputation for a high degree of accuracy. There are only 2 rifles manuf. that make such a rifle to my knowledge; Remington and Weatherby. I love the looks of the Weatherby but wouldn't abide by the weight of the rifle. That left the Remington. Having provided that background info, I'm interested in producing 338 Winchester recoil and velocity-level ammunition to start with and hopefully work up to the full potential of the 338 RUM. Can anyone provide me with reloading info that will allow me to produce mild loads of this type? I did quite a bit of reloading in the past but it has been a while and am just getting back into it. Any info would be greatly appreciated.