When using an OAL gauge and competition die to seat a bullet with the ogive .025" from the lands, the loaded round is too long to fit in the magazine (about 1/3 of the ballistic tip too long). The rifle is an older Ruger and does not have a clip.
Is this a common problem when reloading an OAL longer than the SAAMI standard shown in reloading manuals?
My jaded opinion on this is the manufacturers cut the chambers greater than SAMII. This goes hand in hand with 10 pound triggers and lawyers. Now that that is off my chest, I'm sorry I don't know an easy fix. Back home the sheriffs department got in 6 new rifles that were so over cut (manufacturer didn't care nor would they make right) a gunsmith had to do enough machining to screw the barrels in over 3 quarters of a turn to get back to SAMII specs. The rifles look funny with the manufactures name and caliber upside down on the right side of the barrel.
"The government cannot give to anyone anything that it does not first take from someone else."
Most factory ammo I've checked are about .040 off lands. If it doesn't fit your mag. shorten them up till they clear. Thats about all you can do, or shoot single shot. Have the same problem in my Ruger 25-06 when shooting V-max bullets.