I finally had a chance to do more testing & load development today with the 375 DCM Lite. It weighs 11.44lbs with the scope, 28.5" Bartlein gain twist barrel, McMillan A3 Carbon stock, lightened Barnard P-Chey action with alloy bedding block, Talley rings, Leupold VX3 CDS 4.5-14x40 scope, T4 Terminator muzzle brake. I formed up some new Bertram 408 brass & have settled on a load that gives me 3350fps with the Cutting Edge 330, the advertised BC is 0.85, more testing at distance should confirm this. I have 45moa internal elevation available in the scope plus another 3 in the Duplex reticle so this should get me out past 2000 yards. It has hang of a lot of power for such a light rifle. I'm very happy with SSRNZs gun smithing & lightening job on the action. The T4 Brake & Gunworks Canterburys square fluting. Nice tight group & ES It still shoots 1/2 moa with the slower load. I'm looking forward to taking it out & using it in the field well past 1000 Here it is doing a brake comparison today.