I have been hunting since I was 11 and now at 24 I am just getting serious about my rifles and game. I used to just go buy some Remington Corlokts for my .30-06 and assume my rifle was "zeroed" from all the years of being banged around and hunted with. Now after 4 years of shooting for the Marine Corps, I have second guessed my whole outlook on hunting and accuracy. Now I have bought and put rounds through my Savage 10FCP .308 and feel comfortable, and am accurate (.66 MOA) out to 600 yards. I have been shooting 168 gr. SMK with 44 gr. hodgdon benchmark and it has worked "bangin the gong" accurately to 669 yards, but shooting plates and shooting game are two different things. What should I be loading for elk, black bear and mule deer? Is there a good bullet for all three? or do I need to brew up a load for each? and how far can I expect my .308 to perform accurately with a 1 in 10 twist? Any and all input would be greatly appreciated from this young Jedi!