Not sure how far your talking on range, but I used the 115gr Partition almost exclusively for deer and any other critter that I chose to pick off out to 400+yds.
I worked up to the max load for RL-22 listed for the 117gr bullets in Hornady's 4th edition. This load lit with Winchester WLR primers was one fo the most accurate loads I ever shot from this rifle only excelled by the 100gr Ballistic Tip and 52.5grs of IMR-4831. .
I purchased a box of the Bergers, but never shot more than about 10 of them. I really just didn't see the need. After hunting with this rifle for close to a decade, my daughter and I got to fighting over it every opening weekend so I finally gave in and cleaned it up and gave it to her as an early Christmas present. Just before this I had picked up a box of the 110gr AB's, just to see how they shot. While sighting in the rifle with the new scope I loaded 5 of them up with the same load as the 115's and never even changed the seater. I simply dumped the powder, seated them, and shot for a group. We could tell I hit the target set at 200yds, but we had to ride out to actually see that they were simply one ragged hole.
Since then she has used it to reach out and drop several nice deer, and my grandson even got his first buck with it as well as a doe the next weekend.
We had it out not long ago and here is the result of that,
Long Range for the Grandson...
The biggest issue I have with using C&C bullets with this caliber, is working up a load for something at 250 - 300yds and having it come out at 30. IT is what it is and thrives on speed, so I picked the Partition and it never let me down even on close shots. The 110gr is a bit destructive even though it's "bonded", I personally would have reservations on a very close shot with it running at 3300fps. Right now the load mentioned above is pushing it at 3250 which is still trucking right along, but on the grandsons buck at 100yds it performed flawlessly.
In my experience with my rifle and several friends chambered for it we have found it hard to beat RL-22 for both accuracy and velocity. That said thee are a couple of newer powders out which might just whoop the pants off it, but I will keep to the ol sayin "if it ain't broke"..