Re: Case length and OACL
Since you have not given us all the details I have to assume them. Hornady, in my search, makes no 110 grain 308 caliber bullet with a canneler so you must be using someone else's bullet and Hornady reloading data (which is usually OK). The 110 grain bullet, while OK to use in 30-06, is probably for some other cartridge with different dimensions (??). I suggest you use the reloading data from the bullet manufacturer, at least for the seating depth.
And... Bolt guns do not have to have a crimp. Usually neck tension is all that is required.
If you go to the LEE Factory Crimp Die and only seat the bullets using the provided seating/crimp die then you can have almost any seating depth you need because the LEE FCD does not need a cannelure for a crimp.
While there is reloading data for the 110 grain (and even 100 grain) bullets, they are a long way from the center of the usable bullet weights for 30-06. The 110 grain bullets are often used in different cartridges and drafted for use in the 30-06. You would be better off with a little heavier bullet made for 30-06 or get a real varmint cartridge like 223, 243, or one of the many others. But that is my opinion. As long as you reload inside the parameters in reloading manuals you should be OK but do use the bullet manufacturer's cartridge OAL at a minimum. If such data does not exist then change bullets.