OK, like lots of folks, I have a fulltime job and a family so I dont spend every weekend at the range. I have a new .243 AI built on a Savage action and Shilen Select Match barrel that I need to break-in, fireform brass and develop loads for. My questions are: #1. Should I just break-in and fireform brass on the first range trip and then develop loads on the fireformed brass the second trip to the range? I am not sure it makes sense to develop loads while breaking in a barrel and fireforming brass. #2. How would you pick a load to fireform brass? I was thinking about picking a powder and bullet combination (107 SMK/H4350) I intend to build loads on and then just load them up 1 or 2 grains under max. I don't want to load up 50 or 100 rounds only to find out I am over pressure. Also, I do not have a portable reloading setup yet so loading at the range is not in the cards right now. Thanks for the help!