I'm cautious to open this right up, but after all of these I'm not certain whether there was consensus. I don't have experience to comment and would like to see more opinions. I'm totally new to this.
Also, from your experiences, which of the hunting bullets give good long range accuracy? and performance on larger game too? Anybody using the Hornady Interbonds beyond 300 yrds?
I think it was Dan Lilja who said - "you've gotta hit them first to kill them".
He seems to use a lot of match grade Sierras 220gr in .30 and 250grs in .33. Referring to the .33 he says " This big Sierra is a true match quality bullet capable of outstanding accuracy at long-range. And from my experience and that of other long-range hunting friends, it works well on game too."
Earlier in the article he refers to using the .30 220's on long range shots on sheep, mule deer and whitetail.
Before finding this forum this one of the few articles that I had read on LR Hunting.