Just signed up for LRH and am looking for anyone who may have a browning x-bolt in 7mm rem mag and has an OAL for any of their reloads? I just got into reloading and after some research and talking with some people decided to try reloading my 7 with Berger 168 vld's with 66g of retumbo and using a large magnum primer. I just loaded 20 rounds and am excited to see how they do when I get my gun back from the smith. My real question is, from what I have read about Berger bullets is that people seem to have the best accuracy when jamming their rounds. Although I have just read recently on Berger and from other folks that it's not necessary to go beyond that lands or even touch it. Something like .01 off the lands is working for people and in a article I read from Berger they advise using a technique for hunters that starts at .01 off the lands and then moving back in specific increments. All of this seems like a lot to tackle for a beginning reloader so I was wondering if anyone has tried this out in their x-bolt 7 's and has any info. If not I guess I can go about finding the lands and working with my rounds. One thing I don't like is the idea of seating the bullet so it does not fit in the magazine. One shot one kill is what everyone is aiming for, but it's always nice to have a couple back up rounds ready that don't have to be loaded one by one. Long post I know, but l want to know how to do it right. Thanks everyone!