I would like some advice on which (and how many) types of bullets and powder you would recommend to help determine my rifles accuracy. I started with a factory Remington SPS Stainless and have done the "easy" stuff to accurize it (new stock w/glass bed, float barrel, trigger adjust, fire lap). I have shot some factory loads with 190gr SMK and have hand loaded various combinations of 190gr Berger VLD's with H1000 powder (I've mostly played with seating depth and powder charge). The rifle shoots a pretty consistent 1" at 100 yds. Before I do anything more costly (new barrel, squared action, etc.), I'd like to know that I gave my factory barrel a fair shake with at least a couple other combinations of hand loads. So that leads to my two main questions... 1) Can you recommend any bullets (with decent BC's) and/or powders that you've had good success with in a 300wm? 2) Do you have any other "angles" that I have not considered in trying to get my rifle to shoot tighter groups? PS - the ultimate use of this rifle is western Elk hunting, but also a lot of practice/fun.