I loaded up a few rounds with 87 grain soft points that I intend to use on Javelina. This gun likes bullets out by the rifling, but I screwed up with my seating die, so these rounds were a couple of thousandths longer. I didn't notice until I was out in the desert and had to cam the bullets into the rifling with bolt ala the benchrest guns. Apparently, this gun really likes that. This group is .75" center to center. Obviously a cammed load isn't a hunting load, and this wasn't a multi-round testing session, but I found it interesting. Have any of you experimented with this technique for real?