Hey All! Was reading an article by a guy who was comparing a shooting session between 6mm Creedmoor and 6.5 Creedmoor the other day and one of the things he said he did during the comparison was to check the Concentricity of his handloads on a Hornady Concentricity Gauge, mark the "High Side" of a loaded cartridge and then shoot that marked cartridge after loading it into the chamber in the "Twelve O' Clock" position. Anybody here doing that? I'm currently working on loads for a custom 6mm Remington that just doesn't seem to want to repeat really great groups and I was wondering if doing the above procedure might help. Thanks.