Here are some pics showing why I use Wildcat Bullets:
This group is out of my 270 Allen Mag using Richards 169.5 gr ULD loaded to 3300 fps out of one of my Extreme Sporter rifles. 5.5" for 930 yards is not to bad in my book from a sporter rifle.
This is out of the same rifle using fireforming loads at 500 yards. This is my personal best 500 yard group as well.
This again out of a sporter rifle.
This is the main reason I trust Richards bullets. These are .257" bullets. From left to right, 130 gr Wildcat FBHP Bonded Core, 156 gr Wildcat ULD RBBT and 100 gr Partition.
I told Richard what I was building in my 257 Allen Mag and wanted a bullet to allow this huge 257 to reach its full potential. The 130 gr bullet is built on a very heavy jacket to survive the 3650 fps velocity with a B.C. of .520 which at this velocity offers higher ballistic performance then any conventional hunting round out to 600 yards.
THe huge 156 gr ULD was a project specifically for the Allen Mag to provide extreme range performance with its B.C. of .820 and velocity potential of 3350 fps.
This is what I mean, he will design a bullet for your needs and truely is not happy until you are happy with the results.
Give them a try and see what your rifle things of them.