There has been some good advice given here. I'll ruin that by voicing my opinion and experience.
The Sierra 130 SPBT (#1820) has taken more mule deer for me than I can remember. I kept them moving at just under 3200 MV. A muley any closer than 200-250 yards usually had a completely blood shot front half. Started taking only longer shots after awhile.
At 60 yards the same load out of the Win did in a moose. 1st shot through the heart. Complete penetration, bullet not recovered. Second shot through both shoulder blades about an inch from the knuckle. Holes in shoulder blade revealed perfect mushroom. Again complete penetration.
I don't use the 150 BTs in the Win as it looks to me that the 140 passes the 150 as I can load the 140 NAB @ 3200 and can't match the ballistics with the 150.
For your use with my rifle I wouldn't hesitate using the 130 Sierra, the 130 Nosler or the 140 NAB and go for the double lung or heart shot avoiding a shoulder bone shot.
Your post indicated the Nosler shot better at higher velocity. Which would heavily influence my choice.