Excellent advice. Thanks.
I'm somewhat meticulous with my .308 reloads for this rifle, though I have some room to improve. To date I have dropped every case into an L.E. Wilson gauge to check the length and headspace. I do this after I resize them, and then again after I load them. I trim any long cases, ream and clean every primer pocket, and check to ensure the CCI primers I seat by hand are seated properly. I have been using a standard base RCBS FLSD. Have had one incident. Squeezed a round off and the rifle fired twice--sort of like a bump fire. Never had a slam fire when releasing the bolt to strip a round out of the magazine.