Recently my father and I were to a range to shoot. Me with my .308 FN Pbr and he with his 300 H&H. We had fun the likes that we havent seen together in years. Problem is now hes hooked. I have been shooting long range for a few years but mostly for fun not for competition (a side from the "hey bet ya a beer back at town I can hit that rock" bet). I run the FN with 168 gr A-max over 47 Grains Varget producing 2988 fps +/_ 8 fps. I am fairly happy with my load and my rifle spits sub moa groups with it. Question is towards the 300 H&H with the larger case capacity would it not be beneficial for him to send a larger bullet with a better B.C.? I looked into Hornadays line up being that it is what I shoot and found a sexy looking 208 Gr. A-max with a B.C. through the roof. Can someone shed a little light on this subject? Would you guys shoot a lighter bullet faster to keep flight time down, or go larger to buck wind better? Yours truley: Helping the old man.