Thought I would follow up with you guys since many of you have helped me greatly to get to this point. So I loaded 40 rounds. 20 with 24.5 grs of H335 pushing a Hornady 55 gr FMJ BT w/c and 20 with 24 grs of H335. Primers are CCI BR4s. All of them cycled perfectly through both my 16" rifle and 10.5" pistol. Accuracy was great as measured from my rifle with iron sights. Maybe it is just me but the group with my reloads seemed a bit tighter than the group with factory Wolf steel case rounds. I took me a while to prep cases but once that was done, loading in my progressive was relatively fast. I had to set up the sizing die 1/8 turn past contact with the shell plate in order to get the cases to fit flush inside de gauge (They protrude a little bit that I can barely feel with my finger but they all chambered and cycled with no issues). Wanted to ask you... the loading manuals show a lower max load with 335 and Hornady bullets. I chose to load a 24.5 and 24 because I was going with the info on the Speer 55 gr Spoint bullet that shows up in the Hogdon website and the info from this forum. However, the recoil felt more similar to 5.56 than .223. I think I'll stay with the 24 gr charge. Spent casings did not show any signs of over pressure. Should I dial it back a bit? I want to make sure I get to a good go to load before loading a couple of hundred rounds. Components are so scarce this days that throwing out a primed case the other day made me cringe.