THIS IS NOT LONG-RANGE RELATED, BUT I SURE COULD USE SOME HELP. I have a bunch of nice shiny 110 grain .30 cal bullets that I want to shoot in a .308 Win. for practicing with the moving target system. I looked up .308 WIn and 110 gr. in a manual and it indicated a snoot-full of Varget might be OK. Went right up to 50.0 grains and got "minute of 4by8-sheet of plywood" groups. Not sure if they all hit the backstop. Any ideas how to make 110 gr. bullets shoot reasonably accurately from the mighty .308 Win.??? Have never shot these little suckers before so don't know which other powder to try.