How does Hornady get such great accuracy out of a factory load thats so far off the lands (at least in my gun). After extensive measuring on the holy grail 140 eldm and seeing the average coal of 2.810 it amazes me that most pros use the method of jamming the lands or 1-2 thou off in most cases to try to achieve there best accuracy.I understand all rifles are diff and the custom barrels are way diff than off the shelf stock ,but the theory has always been get as close as you can for less jump and better accuracy. I find in my gun that stock Hornady load is 35k off my lands.They do group about 3/4 moa. at 100yrd. I know that is not over the top but pretty darn good since its just a stock Ruger off the shelf with no modifications. I am doing some early testing to see if I can replicate there load, and will be stretching it out safely as much a possible to see what happens.Any thoughts on there secret formula for the 6.5 Creed .