My question is what order you use to decide on a load. Let's assume that your gunsmith did an excellent job on your new long range rig. The action, barrel, crown, trigger are all perfect, and you have broken in the barrel. I'll assume that your brass is all matched and in great shape too, and that the shooter is world class and capable of shooting zeros. What I assume we are left to choose is bullet, powder, primers, and bullet distance from lands. We want to shoot as high of a BC bullet that our twist can handle as our first choice, but will go with a compromise bullet if it is much more accurate. How do you go about deciding which powder and primer to go with first, and just for the sake of argument let's assume that with your first choice you can't get under 1 MOA, and you know the rifle can shoot much better. What would be your order of changes to tune this hypothetical rifle. Thanks. edge.