The wife took the kids to Europe today for a month. This will be the longest I have been alone in 20 years. Just a dog, 2 parakeets, and 2 lizards to take care of, I can handle it. First project, kick the cap off a cold frosty one. Then I'm going to de-prime some once fired Nosler brass and clean it in the sonic. Should be nice and dry in the morning. My biggest decision for Saturday morn will be should I go with W760 or try the new bottle of Norma 204 that I got at Cabelas. I will be using Win LR primers and a Hornady 168gr BTHP. Trying to make the ultimate long range plinking load. I tried 55 gr of W760 with an OAL of 3.265. It only did about a 1.5 in group (my Remington 700 has spoiled me). I obtained one of the new model 70s made over in Carolina a couple of years ago and have not really been impressed with it's accuracy. So far, I have only found one load that it likes - 55 gr. of W760 under a 165 Sierra BTSP. That load did 1/2" groups. Perhaps I already found the ultimate load! Like the BC of the 168 gr. better. I was thinking of trying 55.5 and 56 gr. of the W760, sometimes a small change will do wonders. I have never used the Norma powder before, has anyone tried it in the combo listed above? Another thing is that I only have about 60 rounds through the rifle and I did not do a barrel break in. Perhaps it just needs another 100 rounds through it???