I began working up loads for two different guns. I acheived good accuracy on the lower loads and just stopped. I am not sure if I should try some of the hotter loads, or be happy with the results that I already have. I guess the only down side, I'll have slower velocities than the guns are capable of. I will sacrifice velocity for accuracy any day.....but didn't know if it would be worth my time to try more loads or not. If it wasn't so close to hunting season, I would try some more loads for sure. The results: .257 Weatherby Magnum; load range for H1000 and 115 gr. bullets per Barnes manual is 66.0 - 72.0 grains. I stopped at 68.0 grains on a .232" (center to center) 3-shot group at 100 yds. .30-378 Weatherby Magnum; load range for RL22 and 180 gr. bullet per Barnes manual is 91.0 - 97.0 grains. I shot loads of 91, 91.5, 92.0, 92.5, and 93 gr. yesterday. My best group was with the 91.0 gr., but still not great. I went back today to shoot the 93.0 - 97.0 gr. loads. I also wanted to try some more 91.0 gr. loads since I thought I may have pulled a couple on that one yesterday. I shot the 91's this morning with a .480" (center to center) 3-shot group at 100 yds. I decided I was happy with that.......and left. But now I am wondering if I should try some of the hotter loads to squeeze out some more speed?? But at the same time, that starting load will be a lot easier on my brass and barrel. What do you guys think?