Thank you both again @orkan & @tan_90. I took a magnified look at my batch of Berger 144gr Long Range Hybrid .264 and even though with the naked eye looking near uniform, under magnification I notice a slight tilting of the tip surface, sort of slanted to one side and not square.
Okay .... big deal..?? But I received my EC Tuner/Brake yesterday and can now move from calculated data and begin realtime performance testing. It will be awhile before I get to the standard of performance before I can start testing bullet augmentation. I thought of you @orkan last night and this morning when it comes to you and your decision of a new rangefinder bino and the cost incurred. I'm so intrigued with the effects of nuances in casing/bullet prep and the somewhat "shoot and miss" methods of todays' 3D measuring that I started looking into 3D laser scanning devices to record details in minute ...... starting in the range of $25,000 - $50,000. Maybe later down the road when I start finding it more difficult to get out of the house.
But then I also find myself thinking that this constant pursuit of a given goal is more that likely enjoyed for a finite period of time for a given piece of equipment and load development .... as equipment tolerances over time will change and even my human body over time will change in addressing my firearm. Doing my best to stay mentally and physically alert will help delay the inevitable.
So I find myself intrigued to say the least regarding the furthering of my education and advancement of performance. I thank all of those that make an honest contribution towards this endeavor. The internet is a tricky place, full of naive pitfalls .... to think that "expert" advice is being given by ghost figures that find success in making a suppressor from a Fram oil filter.
Oh well, it is so refreshing to have found a safe place to have discussion. And to have not so much an absolute "yes or no" answer to a question, but rather a finger pointing the way!