My rifle is a Savage FLVSS and even though the throat is so long the little bullet has to jump a 1/4 inch to hit the rifling if it were seated with just the gas check in the case the seating depth is quite important. Something I wouldn't have expected. Unless the bullet is seated so it has to jump more than .4 inch to the rifling I just get random patterns; the difference is startling going from scattered patterns to sub-moa groups.
Has anyone else played much with this bullet in the .223? Also what is the origin of the name, presumably it is of the designer but who is that and what was the bullet designed for?