Question about some bolt stickiness. I have some 6XC Alpha brass (SRP). Fired all of them once. 38.5 grains H4350 I had maybe one or two cases out of 22 that had enough stickiness to cause me to have to pop the bolt at the top (Tubb 2000 rifle). With 39.0 grains, about the same thing. Anyway, tested up to 39.9 (and appx 3075 fps) at the house, had sticking on most. Reduced to 39.6, sticking went away. Anyhoo, went to an XTC match and used the load with 39.6 grains. It was a pretty hot day and almost every round with this load had to get the bolt popped at the top. I realize that the common sense answer would be to go back to the 39.0 or 38.5 loads. That said, still had a few sticking cases there as well. So here's the question: Given that this is Alpha brass, would it be worth it to get a 6XC II reamer? I have never had a problem with Norma brass being sticky. Still want to keep giving the Alpha brass a whirl.