I just took delivery of a 25-06 built on a VZ-24 BRNO action and stocked Mannlicher style. Everything looked fine, until I attempted to chamber a factory round and discovered that the bolt won't quite close on it. Ostensibly the rifle was built in 1949, but I can't discover any discrepancy between the specifications for the wildcat cartridge of that name then in use and the present factory cartridge. I considered grinding a few thousendths off the bottom of the die I'm using or off the top of the shell holder, but I would prefer a solution which doesn't involve either. My long time friend and gunsmith, Harry Creighton, is no longer with us, but I have access to his chambering reamers. However, I know of no one in my immediate area whom I would trust to use them. Suggestions would be most welcome.