Zeideker, Handloading for Competition, keeps talking about 200, 300, and 600 yard loads, stating that fireforming should be done with the 600 yard load due to the pressure (cant fireform at a 200 yard load and use the brass for a 600 higher pressure yard load - no good). My question is whether this matters for hunting. Wouldn't the 200, 300, 600, 1000 yard hunting load for the same rifle be the exact same? Where is the relevance of this comment to LR hunting applications? Only thing I could figure is that when you are trying to find your load you should probably do the homework and start with the highest pressure powder as the fireforming load. That way if you find a powder with less pressure that you rifle prefers your brass is good to go. Thoughts?