Did some shooting this morning trying my new loads with the 225 grain Cutting Edge bullet. The rifle is a rebarreled Wby MK5 with a 28" #4 Hart barrel 1-10 twist. The rifle weighs 10 1/4 pounds scoped out with bipod. I started a new lot of H-870 powder and my best load was 128 grains with a fed 215 match primer and a COAL of 4.05". Velocity 15 feet in front of the muzzle averaged 3506 fps. It shot a 7/8" 3 shot group at 300 yards for zero refference then dialed in for 1000 yards. It shot a 3 shot 6 7/8" group at 1000 yards. The three shots were 3507 fps, 3507 fps and 3504 fps. The BC with this bullet is showing to be between .65 and .66 after two range sessions at 1000 yards. After this morning I have decided to go with the 225 CE bullet for all shooting with this rifle. I have reserved this rifle for extreme long range shooting using the 300 grain smk since before that bullet was released to the public. The recoil in a 10 pound rifle is noticable. The recoil with the 225 CE bullet is not noticable. My accuracy load with this rifle and the 300 smk is 3064 fps. I ran the numbers when I got home out to 1300 yards comparing the 300 smk to the 225 CE. Windage is identical to 1300 yards with a .7" difference in a ten mph wind. At 1300 yards the 225 CE drops 279 inches. The 300 smk drops 361 inches. That is with a 3" high at 100 yard zero which I use frequently. Velocity at 1300 yards is 1975 fps with the CE bullet and 1842 fps with the 300 smk. The CE is a hunting bullet recommended for hunting with nearly a third better ballistics than the 300 smk and hardly any recoil in my rifle. I am switching to the CE bullet for this year and pending how it performs on game will shoot it permanently until something better comes along.