I have a couple of Swedes..one is an old Carl Gustaf that is the original 6.5 X 55mm Swede and is going to stay that way. The other is a modern gun (barrel is a Krieger, action Rem 700, trigger is a Timney, etc., etc.), so I'm calling that a 6.5 X 55mm SE or SCAN since it can easily handle modern pressures. The problem i have with that gun (and why I am asking this question) is that it was chambered as a regular old 6.5 X 55 SWEDE, which makes the free bore so long that I cant seat 136 -142- grain bullets far enough into the case to make me happy AND there seem to be NO BULLETS for the 6.5 that are heavy/long enough/high BC enough to be able to play with the seating---all of them wind up having a mile of jump if seated deeply enough to be "reliable". So, my question is two-fold-- One: Does anyone make a high BC bullet suitable to competitive shooting (maybe heavier BTHP or something similar)? and two...I'm kinda kicking around the idea of having a reamer cut that when one has a new barrel chambered, shortens up free bore (compared to the "standard" SWEDE and keeps the case the same as the "standard" SWEDE, but will allow me to seat (and experiment with seating depths) 136 to, say, 142 grain bullets, of which there are many offered....My goal here is to use standard 6.5 SWEDE brass, make it a "no turn" neck diameter and use/play with 136 to around 142 grain bullets (seating depths) while using STANDARD 6.5 X 55 SWEDE brass....so I want to leave the shoulder angle the same as the SWEDE. Anyone have any knowledge/ideas/experience in this direction? Is there something out there that already has all this covered? (that is NOT a 6.5 Creedmoor or a 6.5-.284 and NOT an "AI")?? What are your (ANY) thoughts??? TIA!!