All of the discussion in my last thread about belted magnum headspace has made me wonder when all of the handloaders here stop load development for a particular rifle. So, just out of curiosity, what category does everyone fall into? 1. Set a goal for a load in a particular rifle, and stop development when you reach that goal? Example: set a goal of 0.5 moa and stop when you get there. 2. Always tinkering with your best load, always trying something to squeeze that last bit out of a load? Example: sorting bullets by weight, etc. 3. Other I realize that competitive shooters probably fall into the 2nd category. I am not a competitive shooter, I hunt with my rifles and enjoy shooting targets and game at longer and longer ranges. So, at least for now, I fall into category 1. I set a goal for my LR rifles of 0.5moa out to a certain range and keep working until I get there. Then I concentrate on shooting that load as much as possible, because I need all the practice I can get!