I have a couple of Mauser actions here from Brazilian 1908 Mausers. I am planning on getting a Shilen short chambered barrel from it from Brownells and chambering it to 7 x 57 Ackley Improved. I did some research and read an article that if a bullet with a coefficient of around .500 is used and shot between 2700 and 2850 fps then it will match the reticle on a mil-dot scope very closely. So the question is can I safely shoot the 180 grain Berger VLD at 2700 fps out of a 24 inch barrel ? I've run this through a couple of different ballistic calculators and come up with a pretty close result from each of them. At 1000 yards, this round still maintains almost 1000 ft-lbs, so it will be plenty for everything from Coues to Mule deer here in AZ. Should also work for elk out to about 600 yards. Any thoughts on this? Trying to get an effective round without having my shoulder tore off from recoil.