6mm .243 dia 75 gr Hollow Point rifle 3 Boxes of 100 $100
.25 caliber .257 Dia. 90gr hollow point B.T. 3 boxes of 100 $100
.270 Cal 90gr. .277 Hollow Point 2 boxes of 100 $60
41 Caliber Jacketed Hollow Cavity Pistol 1 Box of 100 $30
375 Cal 270 Gr Spire Point 2 boxes of 50 $75
270 Cal 130 Gr .277 Spire Point 3 boxes of 100 $100
7mm 175 Gr Spire Point 3 boxes of 100 $100
6mm 70 Gr .243 Spire Point 3 boxes of 100 $100
I'm pretty OCD about the receiver fit as well. On most decent sets, the wedge (or Aero's tension screw) does the trick. A thin O-ring on the front lug works in most other situations. Get a decent set of takedown pins as well.
We use the exhaust fan consistently but it sits at ceiling level so I have to wonder how much it actually helps as the skylight is another 6' above the fan. Plus, the edge on the skylight opening is closer to the shower than the fan by at least a foot. I've been asking the primary user of the shower to leave the door open after done but that's throwing water in the wind because children... Also, the skylight doesn't open, which begs the question: what's the point other than making things unnecessarily complicated? Last, I suppose I am also to blame here as I drill out the shower head restrictor openings more than stock because the pressure is terrible so there's more water flowing to create steam, etc.