I understand that certain guns like certain bullets more than other, but its logical that by design, certain bullets will travel down the bore, exit the crown, and most of all fly through the air more consistently than others, and therefore be more accurate. Im curious to see what makes and styles of hunting type (NOT necisarily premium/bonded/whatever) bullets you all have found to be the most consistently and reliably accurate with the most loads and guns. I know that shape has something to do with it, and it is also logical that simply constructed bullets are more consistant that more complex designs (hence the partition, while a great perforer on game, is not known for tiny groups). The reason I ask ya'lls opinion is that I am trying to work up an extremely accurate load for my .270 WSM hunting rifle. It is currently at HCR having some custom work done, but in the meantime, I have loaded up a box each of of three simple-construction non premium hunting bullets (all with complable charges of RL19 in winchester cases with federal large rifle mag match primers)which I know to be accurate, Hornady interlocks, Sierra gamekings, and Nosler Ballistic tips. I hope to get an idea of which shoots best im my rifle and go from there. I know more experimentation than that is needed to really determine which shoots best, since different bullets like different charges and different seating deapths, but I hope to get a rough idea. So, how would yall rank these selections and what others would you put within or above these and what would you avoid? Thanks alot. By the way, what powders in the RL19 burn rate range (anything from about H414 to H4831) have yall found to be more accurate than others, especially in short fat mags?