My 2nd Antelope Hunt to Wyoming was productive. My dad had decided to go the week before I was to leave, I had a doe and an any Antelope tag for area 30. We got his doe on a friends place the day we arrived in town, a 335 yard shot with his Weatherby mark V deluxe 30-06 shooting a 150 gr Nosler Ballistic Tip hunting bullet on 53 gr IMR 4895 and a Federal 210 match primer (2982 fps average). I have found this load to be rather accurate and very uniform on a chronograph. Worked for him as he really doesn't shoot the rifle much and has never shot an animal this far away. My buck I shot at 305 yards slightly quartering away. I shoot my .243 Tikka T3 laminated stock stainless steel using 50.4 gr VitaVouhri N560 with an 87 gr Hornady VMAX on a Federal 210 match primer (3382 fps average). This one is extremely accurate for me and I have taken several coyotes out to 550 yards in various winds. It may be taboo to use a varmint bullet for game but I find a surgical shot placed behind the shoulder aimed right for the lungs it is fantastic, kinda acts like the animal inhaled a hand grenade. This shot was an easy one but was the best buck we had found. Not a giant but I don't think he is a tiny young one either, like I've read judging Antelope in the field is tricky business. I deboned and backpacked this one out, wasn't about to drag him that far to the truck. I also shot a doe the last day in Wyoming on a friends place, 250 yards in a 30 mph crosswind. Now that was challenging but I judged the wind right just didn't account for my 350 yard zero. Spined her and she dropped like a rock, ruined very little meat in the backstrap, sorry I didn't take a picture as it was also blowing rain and kinda wanted to get the deboning job done and back into the truck.