I am the same as a previous poster, have good loading equipment but not a lot of experience, following directions and not pushing the limits. I have developed loads for a couple of my guns, those rifles pretty much followed the directions and I developed good shooting loads. I have one rifle that was being problematic, I just couldn’t get a load to work, sent Copper Creek chamber info and a couple hundred dollars and three trips to the range later I have a great shooting load. Well worth the investment in time savings. This is mainly a hunting rifle so accuracy much past 400-500yds isn’t essential. I haven’t stretched it out past 200 yds yet and will post later on longer range accuracy.