Being in a hurry, I thought the next magic bullet/load would be the 155 TMK in my 300 WSM. I just went with the suggested bullet seating depth per the Sierra manual, and it would be good enough. No way! Loading 3 at a time for an OCW test @ 200, some of the bullets weren't even hitting the butcher paper! I called the Sierra techs, and they said try changing the depth setting. The berger method of up the the lands and then further away had worked for me in the past, so I tried it again for the TMK. Wow! It went form not even hitting paper to going 3/8'' vertical for one load and 1/2'' for another! I wish they would of said load this like any other VLD bullet. It would of saved me $$ and them having to take a call from me. Anyone else have this problem? Their suggested manual depth setting was 2 miles from the lands from this Model 70 super shadow. Im going to test how they behave on a coyote or 2 if I can get out in time.