Loading ammo for my .243 Winchester, I've been trying a bunch of different bullets. Several different kinds shoot sub-MOA, some shoot under half-MOA, some can't make 2 MOA. But that isn't my problem, my problem is that I can't find a load that gives both good external ballistics/terminal performance AND accuracy. For example- 70 grain Nosler Ballistic Tips pushed to 3400 FPS over a 40 grain charge of Varget give me all the flat trajectory and terminal oomph that I could ask for, but accuracy is JUST below MOA. On the other hand, 69 grain Berger High BC FBs can only be pushed to MAX 3100 FPS with 41 grains of Varget, but they shoot close to 1/4 MOA. Ditto the 85gr Sierra HPBTs. Max charge of Varget- topping out at 2950 FPS- very close to 1/4 MOA, but dropping like rocks past 250 yards. I don't understand why I can push 70 grain bullets at 3400 easy, but 69 grain bullets (with an extra grain of Varget behind them) only do 3100 max. There isn't THAT much extra bearing surface on the Bergers over the Noslers.