I have a Winchester model 70 extreme weather in a 300 win mag. I'm trying to load rounds that are .020 to .070 off the lands in order to get the best accuracy. The problem is that the round is too long. The second round (on the left side) comes up against the ejector and the bolt will not catch the base because the ejector is holding it down. I have to go almost to the SAMMI spec of 3.340 overall length in order for the second round to chamber. The first and third round chambers OK because the ejector does not get in the way. If you have the same rifle, what have you done? Just go with the 3.340 overall length, or have you ground the ejector off in order for the second round to clear??? I talked to Winchester and they said that trimming the ejector WOULD cause problems.