I finally had a chance to do a bit of tuning Sunday, but the wind is still being a pain. I was able to get .25MOA at 200 with Berger VLDs. I have been seeing .5ish MOA at .075 off the lands but the groups were not consistent with flyers here and there. I put a turn in a my seating die and it wound up seating the bullet .105 off the lands. Shot 2 rounds and they were touching each other. I loaded up 3 more and all the sudden the wind died so I put them down range quickly. I ran out of time to tune any more and the wind was not good for tuning anyway. I shot 4 at a rock at 460 yards for confirmation and Ami, my spotter, said they were tight. Good enough, let's go play on the quads. While out playing, I had 9 rounds with me, we found at a rock at 1200. I suck at reading the wind so my first two shots were not kills. Now that I had some DOPE the next 3 were kills and grouped 1 MOA. Wind was gusty and a pain to read. Ami put 2 down range and 1 was dead on, 1 miss. My 68 year old mom wanted to shoot but not 1200. Put her on a rock at 470 and she was dead on, 2 rounds within 3". So, at this point, would you all call it good, or would you play with seating depth etc still and confirm for consistency? If ammo supplies were readily available I would personally play a bit more. Also, is 200 yards and .25MOA good or should I be shooting these Bergers at longer range for groups? 6.5-284, 140 berger vld, 24" 1-8. Lapau brass. 2970 fps. 56.5 retumbo, Fed. 210M. .105 off lands or 2.477 OAL.