So I bought a savage Xp model 11 in 6.5 creedmoor this past Christmas. I've recently have upgraded the stock to a hogue with factory dbm. I have fell in love with this round and I like the gun for he little money I have in it so far. All this being said I have a problem, I bought some hornady 140grn match bullets with the amax bullet, when I went to chamber a round it was pretty tight to get the bolt to cam over. This is my first savage and I thought it may be the bolt needing a little more breaking in. This being said I've Ben reloading for it and have been using the hodgdon COAL which is the same as the hornady match 140grn COAL and the rounds have still been tight to chamber. I took a real good look at it today and I don't have any good tools to measure the chamber with a couple methods I've used it seems the bullets are jamming into the lands. I know this was a long explain action, but has anyone seen this before with their savage rifles? If I can't use the Longer COAL then I can't shoot the 140grners and defeats the purpose of me buying this rifle. I will contact savage Monday morning, but just wanted to hear you guys thoughts on this. I'm super excited about the creedmoor round as my new deer round and long paper puncher and I even like the little gun, but I will not like it if I can't shoot the 140's due to chamber tightness.