I'm loading up some Barnes 210 grains in my 338. I've loaded Hornady and Sierra in the past and all of the overall cartridge lengths were shorter than spec. With the Barnes the overall length is longer than spec. I remember loading some high BC bullets in the past and they were a little bit longer. Am I safe in assuming that if I seat the bullets to the same depth as the Sierras they will not hit the rifling? I've measured with my micrometer and it seems that Barnes is longer, but gets skinnier quicker (if that makes sense). The bolt on the rifle closes with the same force on both the Sierras and Barnes and I don't see any visible marks on the bullets. Any thoughts.