Hey guys, I did a ladder test today on my Sendero...I think it turned out pretty well, for some reason I shoot a lot better off a bipod than the bench. I'm no expert but I think I have this one read correctly, but I'd like to see what the experts have to say before I proceed /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif Relevant parameters: Remington Sendero 300WM 300 yds, wind 10-15 mph gusty mostly from behind; component pushing right for shots 7-12 more than others 200gr Accubond, Re22 powder, Fed215 primers *Since the gun seemed incredibly fouled on 14 shots and possibly losing accuracy on my last shoot, I ran a patch before every shot just to keep things consistent if nothing else until I get a good load to test the accuracy/fouling issue. Shots/charge: S - sighter (68.6gr), adjusted aim after 1 - 68.6 2 - 68.9 3 - 69.2 4 - 69.5 5 - 69.8 6 - 70.2 7 - 70.5 8 - 70.8 9 - 71.1 10- 71.4 11- 71.7 12- 72.0 13- 72.3 14- 72.6 15- 72.9 16- 73.2 17- 73.5 [image]http://www.hunt101.com/showphoto.php?photo=401695[/image] Hope this comes through sized ok... Side question...My book says 73.5gr is max charge, yet so far zero signs of pressure and bolt lift like factory ammo. Stop here or test a little higher? No chrono today unfortunately.