It could just be a mere coincidence, but shortly after I delaminated a 195 EOL through a 36 inch Saum barrel on record 19 of my last string in Phoenix, (having done me well at 600 and the Palma) this awaited missing piece of a yet-higher BC combination appeared from UPS as a siren song before the next “big match”. We all know that F-Open is .35 caliber friendly yet I don’t see many takers. Is the shunned, forbidden apple truly all bad, or is the “red pill” in this case a possible path to fewer wind miss 9’s? Pictured below is a .284 beside the A-Tipped LM that is easily good for 2,750. My F/O single shot surgeon XL actions were originally intended for the .338 LM, so that’s not an issue but rather a “homecoming” of sorts. Two 5R barrels are hooked up, the longer being 35.5. Just getting feet wet with the bullet. Project Feasible? (I’ll say in prior sporadic matches the 300 Scenar was faultlessly accurate but required bigger wind holds than a .284 with 195’s, defeating all F/Open purposes.).