Late in the summer I assembled the completed segments of my 338 Edge and commenced load trials. Most of the time I had a friend along--there were three different persons--and used two different chronographs. We all observed the unlikely phenomenon as follows: 95 gr. H1000=low 2600fps 94 gr. H1000=high 2600fps 93 gr. H1000=mid 2700fps 92 gr. H1000=average 2836fps 91 gr. H1000=high 2700fps All were OALed @ 3.785 and Remington and Nosler brass/Sierra and Berger 300 gr. with CCI BR2 primers When weather halted structured shooting--and moose season began--I had worked through the first phases of COAL "best." I went from 3.892 (on lands) in the suggested hunting increments--and stopped at 3.834. All loads were Berger/Nosler/CCIBR2 and the progression showed group size decreasing as I stepped away from the lands. Now I'm either dyslectic--or my rifle is--anyone have ideas on this anomaly?