I don't use the 308 myself, but a 150 is a great bullet to 400-500 yards for deer in the 308/30-06. Longer range, and you will want to move up to a 178 match or so weight wise. The 308 starts to suffer to much speed wise when you get much heavier.
The 155 Palma also comes to mind, but that is for the Palma competition where bullet weight is locked to 155gr to level the playing field.
Im a hunter not a paper target shooter. Ive hunted with 06 and 308s for proably 40 years or more. Ive used bullets from 150-180 in both. Anymore when i hunt with either i use nothing but 150 cup and core bullets. I limit them to about 350 yards. Maybe a touch more with the o6. Ive yet to see any animal walk away from one. I prefer the 150s because they tend to knock animals down quickly. the 06 is very popular up here like it is in many places. Id bet i did more tracking of wounded deer shot with 180 grain 06s then all other rounds combined. Most 180 grain .30 cal bullets, even cup and core bullets are designed to hold up to 300 mag velocitys and dont open up well on light skinned deer, especially at longer ranges. There not a good recipe for quick kills. 165s might be a good compromise but with the luck ive had with 150s ive never seen a need to change.
Back in the day when I fielded an '06, I used the 165 hornady boat tail with a stiff charge of 4350 and a mag primer. Using h414/760 or similar you would be very close to the 2900fps I was getting with this, at least 2800. The nos bt has a bit better bc and a softer nose, so it may be a better option.
If all you are shooting is a target at a 100 yards then the speer tnt 130gr will work.
Shooting game would stick with the 150gr bullet, some type of a spitzer will work well.
The 155gr are a palma bullet and shoot past a 100 yards very well they carry a good BC
and have thin jackets so not a great bullet for hunting....
now you have my ....... .02