Yea, it's that kind of rifle, no doubt. Heh, yea, barrels are of course a "wear" item. When I shot Benchrest fire forming was a small task, as we used a small batch of brass over and over, it didn't waste much barrel life. That's a thought all right. My first thought was to sell it to help pay for the Impact, but decided to set it up for my nephew Sam who wants to shoot with me. He is going to go with me to Alabama Precision on the 20th. It will be nice to have two rifles instead of one. I am really impressed with the Vortex 5-25x50 PST Gen II I got on sale, and it fits the Seekins well. The Seekins is a nice rifle, it just simply is not an Impact, but then it costs half as much as well. I played with the MPA tool and "tweaked" one of the AIAW mags this evening, not sure if I helped or hurt it, but the rounds sit a bit higher. I have them marked with a red and a white dot. I have another AICS 3902 ordered for it and I know it will be fine if the AIAW mags don't pan out. I loaded 20 more rounds this evening, going to go shoot with my nephew and a new friend at work who has been taking me shooting. I could use a scale that is more sensitive than my Gem Pro 250, but it works, and a funnel that fits 6MM brass better, I used to drop straight out of the measure into 6PPC cases. There were zero pressure signs on the primers, unlike the very flattened primers of the Federal & Hornady 6MM Creedmoor ammo.