Consistency is the key and if it is obtained to any acceptable degree with an out of the box hunting rifle you just smile real big.
I have settled on a load which is compressed (powder comes almost to the bottom of the neck in the Winchester 358Win case). AA2495 using 46.5grs, Winchester brass, Fed 215primers, in front of a 225gr Sierra Game King SBT, moving on average at 2420fps and is one consistent round, time after time at the range on different days and temps.
I can't tell you how I am looking forward to using this next fall during hunting season. I have also practiced a few times standing and hitting plastic quart jars filled with water and have not missed the six shots I took with my hunting load at 100yds. Love this rifle, cartridge and load. It just naturally fits me is the best way to describe it.
I have a saying I made up, because it has nothing to due with luck when you buy and out of the box rifle and it shoots good. "No matter how well made and expensive the rifle or how good you are with the technical variables at the reloading bench, they can not make up for you not being a good shot. On the other hand a good shot can make up for the lack of an expensive rifle when using an out of the box hunting rifle, even while ignoring or overlooking some variables at the reloading bench."
I have fired now 15 groups with this load and here are some pictures of the rifle again, also, largest group with this load, some of the average groups with this load and then the smallest group.