You can get basic info on that ammo from Remington's website: Remington Ballistics Calculator
Based on this info, it looks like you have approximately 3,110fps muzzle velocity. If you are 2.1" high at 200 yards (zeroed at 250) you can expect 3.6" of drop at 300 yards, 15.8" of drop at 400 yards, and 36.1" of drop at 500 yards. This is a basic guideline that you can use to get close. You can also use the G7 Ballistics Calculator located on the top menu of this website. That will allow you to input your results and build up a true drop chart with your data depending on what yardage you zero at, what altitude you shoot at, what the temperature is, etc.
As far as how far distance-wise you will be able to shoot, a lot depends on what you are shooting at. If it is paper, you should be able to get out there a ways. If it is big game, you are not going to have more than about 400 yards or so of effectiveness. Do a bunch of research and learn as much as you can about what loads to look at and where other people are having success. Good luck!