This past weekend I shot my first hand loads. I pleased to report that me and my weapon are still in one piece. However every single bullet went several inches to the left and a little high. I loaded up 223 Remington. The bullets were Sierra Match King 69 grain HPBT, the shell casings were Winchester, the primers were CCI, and the powder was Varget. I loaded 15 rounds all together. The first 5 were at the minimum charge of 24 grains, the next set of 5 was loaded at 24.5 grains, and the last set of 5 was loaded at 25 grains. The max load recommended was 26 grains according to the Hodgdon website. The rifle was a Double Star AR 15 with a 20 inch barrel 1-9" twist rate. I was shooting at 100 yards with an Trijicon ACOG scope wich when I shot 20 factory rounds through it first was on target but about 1 to 2 inches high. I am open to suggestions on how to fix the problem.