Don't really hunt much but I would break it down like this. Short range 0-300, medium 300-700, 800-1200 extended range, 1200-1700 long range, and 1700+ ultra long range.
My main lr rifle is a a customized tikka in 7mm-08. Usually sporting 180's for anything much over 1200
Except that in the shipping box filled with other makes of brass, bullets, patches and a few other odds and ends the 338 lapua brass was the only thing damaged. The shipping box didn't have mark on it from mistreatment.
Except everything else in the shipment was perfectly fin including winchester brass that comes in bags. The blue box was not damaged in any way. For the brass to get that damaged it would have had to been put in the box that way.
I am from Canada. Doesn't matter what problems I had. Talked to a few others that had problems similar to mine with 7mm-08 brass (American users) they had told me that lapua said to suck it.
I have a few hundred hornady cases that have about 10 loadings on them. I also am using...
I bought some once. Never again.
I had read that neck tension on new lapua was stupid high and to size it.
Primed all 100 some pockets were stupid tight some were almost loose feeling.
Seating bullets neck tension was still a little extreme but I pressed on. After firing all of them...