Looking for load data? You can pretty much just work up from starting loads for other 117 grain bullets. For instance, with a 117 gr bullet, Hodgdon recommends a starting load of 56 gr of Retumbo, and a max load of 60.5 grains of Retumbo.
I used that data with a 115 Berger VLD and at 60.5 grains my 24" factory rifle was showing 3188 fps with excellent accuracy and no pressure problems. I adopted that as my standard mule deer, coyote and rock chuck load for that rifle. Works great.
I've taken three mule deer with it, from 175 - 400 yards. All instant one-shot drops. Very flat shooting, and excellent in the wind too.
What else you need to know? Load some, shoot some. I think you'll like those 115 VLD bullets from a .25-06!
I do not have chrony so I can't give specifics as far as velocity etc,,,, but noting the standard caveats about starting low and working up etc....My Sendero sends them through an enlarged single hole at 100 yards with Norma Brass, Berger 115VLD, Fed 210 primers and 53.4gr RL17.
I have an idea on velocity and you will likely be satisfied as someone else on this forum PM'ed me with his similar information and he had good velocity.
I'm the person Aldon mentioned in his post. I haven't shot the Bergers yet but I have shot 110 AB's and 115 Ballistic Silvertips.
I maxed @ 55.5 grs RL17 with both bullets getting 3500 fps with the 110's and 3400 fps with the 115's out of my 26" Sendero. I also tried Retumbo and H1000 and they got about 200 fps less than the RL17. Accuracy was generally very good all around and the best was the 115 BST's. Best 4 shot group was .45" @ 212 yds.