Hi all. Been reading a lot of great posts and wanted to join up with a question. I read an older post dealing with crimp in the cannelure or not. There were great replies and a few quoted a safety note about seating a bullet no less than .050 from that calibers diameter. Ex. .308 no less than .258 into the case. Now, you add in a factor of a BoatTail bullet (Hornady 3037) which loses seating length from the taper and it has a cannelure centered only .260 from the end of the .308 dia. If I seat it there, my COAL is 3.185. My 30.06 mauser bolt is 3.300 to the lands. So, there's no way I could safely set where I'd like at 3.270. Am I all messed up on this? Seems I should not be using a BT style bullet to accomplish what I want??