I shoot most my elk under a 100yds, but occasionally a shot presents itself at long range. To be more versatile I'm considering ditching the swift A-frames for a more aerodynamic scirocco bullet. I need to be sure that this scirocco bullet can stay together on close shots through heavy bone as flushing timber elk don't always present ideal shot placement. .338RUM is pretty fast and I've had nosler partitions completely peel off the base leaving just a nub so thats why I switched to A frames and they have held up. Would a Scirocco??? Assuming it will, I need to develope a load that I can use and have a custom CDS dial made for my Leupold. My first attempt is going to be remington primers, nosler brass and reloader 22. I'm hoping to find accuracy at about 3,200 -3,300fps. If the reloader22 doesn't produce a winner, what would you try next?