I recently got my hands on a LOT of 155gn Berger Target bullets, and Sierra 155gn Matchkings dirt cheap!!! I did about 12 to 14 hours worth of some custom 1911 work on a friend's Colt. It turned out beautiful using the old 1908 Colt hand-bluing technique after all the parts were fitted. In exchange, he gave me 1000 Berger Target 155gn bullets, and 1200 Sierra 155gn Matchkings, and 200 Sierra 180gn Matchkings! My rifle really LOVES the new 168 grain SMK loads all of you gave me here a couple weeks ago! I need to do more shooting, testing, adjusting, and then I'll post some results & targets on those 168gn loads. The rifle LOVES those 168's, and it matches the ballistics of the Shepherd Scope on the rifle. However, these 155's will likely fly a lot flatter & faster... I'm curious to see what you'd recommend for a good 155 grain load??? I usually fire Federal GMM Brass, with CCI BR2 primers, and Varget powder. I suspect these could be some decent varminting bullets/loads, and I'll save the 168gn & 180gn SMK's for more serious distance shooting. I'm excited - the local range just opened up a new 500 yd lane Any advice on powder charge & overall length? It's a Savage 10 FCP-K 308.