While at the range today doing some ammo testing,there were 2 guy's that came in seperately with Savage FCP 338 Lapua Magnum rifles. Now,I have nothing against this caliber,but if you want to shoot this caliber,why in the hell would you want to shoot it at a 100 yard range,and then ***** and moan about it not shooting very small groups. Why do these guy's think a caliber that was designed to shoot 1000-1500 yards accurately will make a 100 yard tack driver? I laugh everytime I see these range ninja's show up with their long range missles,and then wonder why they won't shoot at short range.That's kinda like trying to shoot sub-MOA groups at 500 yards with a 22lr,IMO. Both of these guy's handloaded their own ammo,and they were loading way too hot.The cases were getting stuck in the chambers,and they were having to use a cleaning rod to knock the cases out. When I saw them doing this,I walked down the line to where they were shooting and asked them if I could look at their spent cases.I noticed that they both had flattened/blown primers,and informed them they should back off the powder charges before they damage their gun's or themselves. They were very nice guy's,but I really don't think they have a clue to what they are doing with these big rifles. Around here,unless you own or know someone that has a big piece of property,you have to drive around 2hrs to get to a 1000 yard range.And unless your a member of these shooting ranges,there are only a couple days a month that they have public access,even then,unless you have been qualified to shoot at over 600 yards,you can't use the longer ranges. I just don't get it,It must be an ego thing in owning a rifle that is bigger/better than the next guy's.