Thanks for the heads up on that. Expensive bullets to get a barrel chambered up specifically to run and not get performance out of them. Not to mention finding a 9 twist AXMC blank is not an easy task where a 10 twist seems easier to find. Maybe I should rethink what I want to do. The 215 berger at 3050-3150 from some loads I have seen here is nothing to sneeze at!The difference in freebore requirements between the Warner and the others is huge, so you won’t ideally be able to run those three bullets in the same chamber. The Warner reamer is .112 freebore, and the 215/230 needs somewhere between .215 (saami) and .300. I had zero luck with the Warner 198 in my my gun and just re-throated my barrel to accomodate the heavy jacketed bullets. My barrel is an 8 twist Bartlein. Best I could do with the Warner 198 was about 5 moa at 640 yds. Bummer, I was really hoping they’d work. I switched to 208 eld and 215 hyb just to try and diagnose the problem. Even though they were seated way down past the neck in the Warner chamber, groups dropped to sub half minute at the same distance.