The Hunting and Target VLD's are the same on the outside. Same shape, same BC. The Hunting VLD's have thinner jackets to allow for proper expansion, the Target VLD's have thicker jackets since expansion is not an issue for target shooters.
Also in the Target line are some flat bases and Boat-Tails (non-VLD's) but all the hunting bullets are the thin jacketed VLD's.
The 'Match' description still applies to all 3 lines of bullets; Hunting, Target and Varmint, meaning they're all made on the same machines to the same Match tolerances. In other words, our Hunting bullets don't get less attention to consistency/precision then the Target bullets.
So I can use my Bergers with the currently published BC´s understanding these are more accurate??
That's correct. Some people were nervous about the BC's changing because the old BC's were so accurate. The new BC's haven't changed very much, usually less than 5% for most cases, and they're even more accurate than before. To put it in perspective, a 5% change in BC will cause just about 1 MOA difference in predicted drop at 1000 yards.
Use the new BC's and shoot with confidence.