Hey Guys, I just got two new 308 rifles built for TR; both 30" bartleins cut from the same .180fb/.342 neck reamer. I've got a load for both that seemingly hammers with 200.20Xs, and N150. The 'problem' is that I'm only hitting ~2640FPS, however in both rifles it turned in .3" 5-shot groups at 100, and .4" groups on either side of that charge. 2640 appears to be dead center in the middle of a node for me. Basically, the rifles are freaking hammering at that velocity, and based on what I saw tuning it in, I feel like they're going to continue to do that, with a lot of cushion on either side. That said, I hear lots of talk at matches about "you gotta be above 2700" (I think most are using Varget to get there). I'm confident that's true for the guys who are seriously a threat to winning state/national titles, but is 'the high node' required to consistently be 580s/90s at 1k? Every time I've tried to run them up past 2700 (in other .308s) the recoil seems to really increase, whereas I feel its fairly manageable running mid 2600s. And before anyone tells me, yes I know it's all about the wind. I'm asking about the node though. Thanks in advance!