I’ve just started reloading for accuracy. I’ve got a Savage model 11 in .308. I’ve got some once fired brass so I neck sized it. I used Hornady’s tool to determine the OAL for the bullet to be just touching the rifling and then backed it off by .005”. It was a bit difficult chambering the first round but not excessively so. I assumed that was from not feeding it from the mag. I tried to eject the round and the bolt would unlock but did not want to move to the rear. Some stronger tugging on my part and it finally let go. I tried the other two rounds I had loaded up and had similar problems (though not as bad). When I looked at the rounds afterwards I noticed “scuffing” on the bullet. The first round that gave me the most trouble had the most scuffing. The Bullets I’m using are Sierra Match King 168gn. I’ve attached a photo. If anybody has any ideas I’d be glad to hear them.