What to do? I have a Win. Classic Model 70 in .338 Winchester that has a very short throat. So short, in fact, that I can’t load to book max. Most of my case is filled up with bullet. If I get anywhere near book max, I’m crushing so much powder that I can’t get the bullet seating depths to remain consistent. The 338 Winchester cartridge works pretty well for me but I’d really rather have all of it. The 338 Watered-down Magnum is much harder to love. My question is, would you pay somebody to ream the throat out so that I can seat the bullets further out or would you rechamber for 338 RUM? I have a 3.6” magazine box so I’m fairly certain that there is room for the 338 RUM in the magazine but am not completely certain that the bolt would feed the 338 RUMs without polishing the feed rails. Would you have the 338 Winchester throat reamed orgo to 338 RUM?