Alright gurus, I think i've gotten to the point where i've got the "basics" of reloading down...I think i've got a good reliable recipe, and now i'd like to get better accuracy out of my reloads. Current setup is as follows: Dillon XL650 with 9mm dillon dies, reloading 124gr Montana gold JHPs with 3.8 grains of bullseye to a COL of 1.145 (mic reads +/- .003 that length on all loads of my latest batch, a couple outside that range were rejected) Getting an average of ~1050 fps, a little over what i need to meet power floor. low velocity was 1028 and high was 1078. (a little wide i think) Currently, i DO sort casings for test and competition loads, and plan to sort bullets by weight on my next batch. The powder measure on the dillon is incredibly accurate, never deviating from my set charge. Does anyone have any tips for more accurate loads. My reloads don't seem quite as accurate as the factories i've shot for the last 5 years. Shooting competition has made me pretty mechanical/consistent with my grip and trigger control, and i can usually feel it when i pull one...so i don't think it's all me. Any tips would be much appreciated. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!