Wynne, I’d get under one them concrete tables, reach up and touch off that one that won’t let the bolt open.😎
You might talk me into one that has a flattened primer almost all the way out to the edge of the primer pocket, but not cratered around the firing pin strike.
This time a year; I load to one node below the highest accuracy node because at times my old brain forgets that baking the cartridge in a hot chamber too long spikes the pressure as well as gives me uncalled vertical.
In answer to Surrell’s question, I’m going with shoot the most bc that gives best accuracy, AND that the shooter can put up with the recoil for a 60 round match. Recoil might not matter much to younger, tougher shooters; but it really starts to work on this old guy.