Nice rifle, great shooting. As far as the question about full house loads, I would just load it heavy enough to work the action. Bear with me while I go out on a brief tangent. It seems like in our society, we tend to think that if a lot is better then even more would be better yet. After shooting at the local range one day a week for the last two years and rotating around 10 different rifles from a .222 up to my .35 Rem. and 8x57, I have come to realize that less is more. I have brought down all of my loads for all of my rifles, some as much as 300fps lower than what I was loading. Now, most of my loads are the suggested starting loads. I don't worry about maximum loads anymore. Results are accuracy is still good, powder lasts longer, and recoil is less. And, I don't think a deer will know that the loads are moving a little slower than they once were.