Re: 300 RUM Loads
I have taken quite a range of animals with either some flavor of Barnes 168 or Nosler 168 Ballistic SilverTip. I use the Barnes when animal size dictates it which also negates accuracy requirements a bit. The Barnes 168 shoot in the .7-.9 range which is fine for large game. The Nosler 168 BST are my go to's for deer size or smaller and long distance. They shoot in the .4-.6 range.
Going forward if/when I start to get short on the Noslers I'm going to try the Barnes 130 TTSX for accuracy. Others have been using these very successfully at 3700fps on mule deer. Would be excellent on antelope, deer, sheep, and goat.
I use RL22 mostly but Retumbo (temp insensitive) for the arctic.
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