Ok guys, I'm still pretty new at reloading so cut me some slack if this is a rookie mistake. I got a new rifle (Remmy 700 in 308win) and sat down to start taking measurements to start working up loads for it. I used the Hornady OAL gauge and comparator and took about a dozen readings. Every one of them was at least .027 over the maximum COAL listed in the hornady manual. I'll try to get a pic up if it will help, but basically the bullet just sticking WAY out there. Is this something I'm doing wrong or is it maybe the chamber was cut too deep or something?