I have a Savage 112 BVSS in 7 mag. I did a break-in on the gun, not sure if I needed to but I did it anyways. Today I took the gun out for the second time to try and find a good load for some long range shooting. I loaded 4 groups of 5 shells according to Bergers seating instructions. I also loaded 4 groups of Amax's to the same seating depths. All groups were shot off a bench at 100 yards. 168gr Bergers 71gr Retumbo 215 Federal Primers Norma Brass (Fire formed) Avg 3090fps The best Berger group was acheived at .040 off the lands and measured a whopping 1.5 inches for 5 shots. The other groups looked like the target had been shot with a shotgun. 162 Amax's 71.5gr Retumbo 215 Federal Primers Norma Brass (Fire formed) Avg 3085 Best Amax group was at .080 off the lands and measured .729 for 5 shots. I was okay with the Amax group, but was really hoping for under a 1\2 moa group. I've only shot Bergers since I started reloading and have had great luck with them, but I couldn't shoot worth a crap today with them. I have a little RL22 and H4831sc I could try, but was really hoping Retumbo would work for me. I guess I'm just looking for some direction on where to go from here. Sorry for the long post, just really frustrated with something that usually brings me so much joy.