I use paper targets that I print, and then staple them to cardboard for a backing.
When I get home, I mark the date, rifle, load, velocity, etc, punch them with a 3-ring punch, and put them in a notebook. That makes it easy to follow load development when you pick it up 3 years later. 😁
It's been show many times that weighing brass really proves nothing and has no usefulness, especially for the same headstamp brass.
As you found, only by checking the actual capacity can you get any useful information.
That article is from 2018, and this isn't a new issue at all.
There are a couple of counties in NE MI that have a special TB zone, and have for a long time.
You can add webbing using Krylon Marbelizing Spray, available at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc. Be sure to practice with it first and see what spray pattern "your" nozzle has. Also, they spray best if held vertical, not tipped down.
You do NOT need to sand it first, just be sure it is clean. I use...
Your 375 looks virtually identical to mine. Gloss action and barrel, green/black stock.
My only gripe with the Bull Bag is that if you're not careful the V hugs the stock so well that you can torque the stock if you need to move the rifle "just a bit" to get on target. If it's not lined up...
Cory Jacobsen did an elk hunt there, and Randy Newberg has done sitka blacktail hunts.
Both have reviewed what gear did - and did not - work for them.
I'd search out those videos and podcasts for some tips.
"It was developed by Rick Jamison in 1997-1998 as proven in a 2005 lawsuit Jamison vs. Olin Corporation-Winchester division. Jamison was given 7 patents on the cartridge design. U.S. Repeating Arms Company used the same concept and the same base case in creating its even...
I would then bed the action. It's not much more work than just doing the recoil lug, and then it's done right.
Accumarks are easy, as they are meant to be free floated, and the barrel channel is wide enough for some tape to center the barrel.
I would have voted for Remington, but that company is on its 3rd recent life, and we have yet to determine if they're going to be any good.
Unfortunately it really depends on when the rifle was made.