I started mine off using the 100gr BT when I first got it. I had them trucking along at 3350. They were great on just about everything except deer under 100yds. THey exploded like grenades up close. However, I loaded up the 100gr Partitions and away I went. This worked decent for me till I finially got my hands on some 115gr Partitions, once there, I only looked back once. At that time I went back to the 100gr bullets due to hunting a few long reaching yotes. However, it was just a pain to me to switch back and fourth.
So I worked up a load using the 115gr in the Ballistic tip, the Partition as well as the Barnes. Now they do have just a bit different POI, however shot together, they all are at or under 2" generally at 200yds so there isn't much to swapping them out between each other. AS a side note though, I generally just stick to the Partitions. They have taken the vast majority of game taken with that rifle. They just work.
The load is 56.5grs of RL-22 Seated to 3.250" lit by a Win WLR primer in Win cases. trimmed to 2.484. This is a max load but is listed in the old 4th edition Hornady manual for a 117gr bullet. Start low and work up. I hit 3159 from my rig with it, and recoil is very mild.
Mike / Tx
"Heck why would I lie, most folks don't believe the truth when I tell them"