Anybody used it? I was looking and I saw where they list a .610 BC looking at the fact the length is the same as the 140 Berger at 1.389, that woud have to equate to a shorter bearing surface than the 130 Berger. Shorter bearing surface SHOULD, by my reasoning, mean lower pressure with an equal load to what I am using with the Berger, and I got more room for powder already along with plenty of extra length in my magazine for OAL. So I should be able to get a little more velocity out of it to boot. All this is speculation, also with a 1:8 twist I should be able to work with it. So has anyone tried it on a white tailed deer? I know it isn't a significantly tough animal, and most of the shots I take are rib cage. Also I won't be using it till next season for hunting. I am running low on 130 Bergers and need new brass. I found 500 packs of these for 140 bucks +- a few, could save me some money in the long run if they would work, and being that I am going to have to recheck my loads anyway with the new brass, seems like if I am going to make a change, now would be a good time. The 500 would pretty much last me till the end of my barrel's normal lifespan, and put me right over 1100 rounds provided I don't use any for the 6.5x55's I lean more toward FB bullets for the SBS and have not decided whether to rebarrel the 98 mauser or keep it as a 6.5x55 even if I do. So most of the will be used in them 111LRH I suspect as the 130 grain bullets make a perfect everything round in that rifle, I can get sufficient velocity and accuracy for varmints, good BC for target shooting and when I hunt fields for deer. And I am not selling pelts so damage isn't an issue.