Question for the experts here...I just got my 6.5cr and bullets. I measured the lands using the Hornady OAL gauge, but just realized I don’t have a 264 insert for the comparator that attaches to the calipers....have one on order but it won’t be here for several days but am itching to go shoot it. I used the 25 cal insert to get a measurement of the lands, then backed off .020 to get bullet seating depth. I know the absolute COAL numbers will change and the measurement will be on a different point on the bullet when I use the 264 insert, but is there any reason I should be concerned about loading up some rounds and seating them .020 off the lands based on the 25 cal insert? The recipe that came with the gun (MOA Rifles) and their COAL using different gauges will be different than mine, so .020 off is what the recommend. I inserted the modified case and measured two separate times and got the same reading. Seems like it should be safe to use that depth and work up to their powder charge of 42.7 H4350 (2850 FPS) to ensure no pressure signs. Will likely go 41.0 and examine cases and velocity vs what they got the best results with. Am I fine with this? Haven’t loaded anything yet - better safe than sorry, but would like to get out to the range in the next day or two - but will wait if that is best path.