Don't have the money yet to get a 7mm Rem. Mag. so I am going to try to make my .243 Savage Weather Warrior 116 into a semi all purpose semi long range gun. I am saving to get the Leupold VX-6 when the new 3x-18X comes out this year with the fire dot. I have this scope on my .17 Fireball in 2-12 and love it for night hunting fox. Here is where I would be grateful for your input. I would like to use one bullet for the gun since Leupold includes a turret set up to whatever combo you use. I would like to find the best bullet to fit the below needs. I know it is a compromise and there is no perfect solution. 1.) Kill 150 pound whitetail deer from 20 to 300 yards. 2.) Shoot groundhogs as far as possible 3.) The rare opportunity to shoot a coyote as far as reasonable. I am not set on any bullet or grain weight. So far, seems lots of guys like the Nosler Partition. Sierra recommended I use their "#1530 85 HPBT, great on deer, so-so on fur, dead varmints." I reload my bullets.