Finally, I've found a load for my rifle using the 90gr Gold Dots, the 2k of them I have, that my rifle loves. I think it's one of the more common loads you guys use as it turn out, 31.1gr of A2200 in S&B brass and a CCI41 primer. Its giving me 2910fps out of my 14.7" barrel, ES of 33fps and SD of 11fps, accuracy is running about 2" @200yards which is just 1moa but after all the bad luck I've had with these I'm very, very happy. Here's the rub though, I HAVE to run them at 2.295", and I know this seems to be a very common practice but why? Why do the loads perform so much different/ better at this COAL? And, which magazines will accommodate this length?