I am hoping to get more accuracy out of my hunting rifle by extending bullet out farther, please inform if this is an accepted way of getting it there--- I use a spent casing with the end belled in to hold the bullet intended for the reload, in this case a 140 grain BT nosler in .270 caliber. Then I carefully load it in to let the bullet press into the case, this must be the maximum OAL for my rifle, in this case the entire OAL comes to 3.385" a far cry from the 3.340" recommended and the factory ammo I checked at 3.195". The ammo fits in the magazine and seems to cycle ok, any problems with doing this? Of course it is then custom ammo intended only for that rifle(a new Ruger M77MKII), but will this wring anything more out of my rifle for accuracy?? Also the nosler has no crimp groove so if i decided to do this with a 130 grain BT hornady with a cannelure(crimp groove) will it be ok to do this as well with that bullet? One more thing and this is gonna open a whole can of worms --crimping??? I figure that factory lee die can sit this reloading session out and if any maybe a slight taper crimp from the bullet seating die but very slight. What are your thoughts on this practice.