I don't know if they posted those numbers. I know that my chamber was off as well as 2 other shooters that are local. There are dozens of people that have had experiences with the chambers being too tight causing the bolt not to close. If this was just a one off, I would say it's a fluke. Too many stories for it to be a fluke. Maybe some reamers were used too many times. Maybe some reamers were manufactured wrong. Who knows. I know companies were rushing 6.5 PRCs out the door to meet demand. It does appear to be focused around Christensen Arms rifles but I don't think the OP stated which rifle they have.Steve, I don’t see trying to diagnose the problem without having the before and after measurements. Did the OP post them & I didn’t see them. I tried to read each response. Thanks!
A custom rifle builder is going to take the time to make sure everything is right before it leaves their shop. I bought this Ridgeline because it had everything (I thought) that I wanted and was at a great price point. After I get a new barrel installed, I will have more in it than if I went full custom. Not bashing all factory rifles. I've just learned that I'm too picky to settle for what is available.
Also, having custom rifles built and your dies custom made from the actual reamer specs all but eliminates the issues most people are seeing. I was stating that that is the best way to go. Not rely upon several different manufactures getting the specs the same.