Howdy, I recently acquired a Bergara B-14 HMR in 6.5 Creedmoor, and also got the Hornady OAL gauge and comparator setup. I just bought some 143gr ELD-X bullets to make some precision and hunting loads. I tested 5 bullets, and came to a consistent 2.243" CBTO. This measures to ~2.890" COAL. The HMR has a AICS magazine, which has a max allowed COAL of 2.860", so clearly I need to reduce my CBTO by at least 0.030" off the lands. I figured I might start with 0.040" off the lands and go from there. This would give me 2.203" CBTO and something in the ballpark of 2.850" COAL. Now, my question is this. Since Hornady defines the Max COAL for 6.5 Creedmoor to be 2.825", am I required to remain under that length for any reason? Or is that just the SAAMI specification for these short actions? Thanks!