I just picked up a Remington 700 SPS Varmint in a 243. win. Everyone i hunt with told me to get a 223. rem or even a 22-250 but everyone i hunt with wont shoot past 300 yards. I wanted a rifle that i could comfortably shoot past 300 yards without any issues of wind. Where i hunt theres shooting opportunities out to 850 yards in my first spot, 1300 yards in my second spot and 550-600 yards in the 3rd spot. Now i have no intentions of hunting past 500-600 yards. Target practice would be fun at 1000 yards but hunting no longer then 500-600 yards. All of the spots are open fields with nice bush around, or near it. My main target will be coyote, absolutely no whitetail. I originally wanted the 55 grain Nosler Ballistic tip but the wind will come into effect. I then thought about the 70 grain ballistic tip and the 75 grain v-max. Then someone mentioned that the 87 grain V-Max would be a fantastic choose, .400 ballistic coefficient bullets, launched at around 3100 fps +. good for long range as well as heavy close range bullet. Im not worried about pelt. The gun again is a Remington 700 SPS Varmint, 26" bull barrel, 1:9 1/4" twist. any suggestions.