Just loaded some 30-06 rounds (150 grain Hornady BTSP, 57 grains H4350, winchester brass, CCI primer). When checking the rounds in the gun (Weatherby), all would chamber but had a faint rifling mark on the bullet shoulder.Overall length was 3.300", under the Max Cartridge length. The bolt had a slight stick before closing, but only very slightly. I seated the bullets deeper to 3.235" and had no more marks, and no stick on closing the bolt. I am assuming it would be unsafe to fire one of these bullets that was contacting the rifling?