seat vld\'s to the lands or off a bit? I have posted a liitle about this subject but have gotten little response. I had a gun rechambered to 6-284 by a smith in MT. During load development, I found that I could not reach the lands w/ the 107 gr MK(barrel has a 1-8 twist) . Accuracy was less than desirable when I seated the bullets out as far as I could(neck tension .001-.002). Last Sat we shot some loads that I made up that were seated a lot further-and I went to .004 neck tension. These shot reasonably well- 6 shots in 3/4"@100yards(4 touching). Here's my ? Would I be better off to have the barrel set back and the throat shortened so I could reach the lands, or just be happy the way it is. I haven't shot this rifle beyond 200 yards yet, as ranges like this is few and far between. I was never under the impression that 1/4" of freebore was conducive to extreme accuracy. The rifle was assembled for a long range varmint truck gun(it weighs right at 20 lbs w/bipod and NF12-42x scope). As this is my first dabble into LR stuff please advise. Much thanks.