Your having a rifle built but are worried about the cost of a bullet for hunting?Hey, great post. I am just looking into this for my 6.5cm that is being built.
I am interested in cup and core bullets to keep the cost down for hunting. It seems the Berger bullets are roughly the same costs, regardless of whether they are hunting or target specified. I am looking at their 135 classic for the hybrid design which is more forgiving.
Sierra tipped game kings are very low cost... mixed feelings on them. Regular game kings are priced well.
Nosler 120 and 140gr ballistic tips as well, but not much info on them but no doubt will work on deer.
Good things about the 130 accubond but cost is way up there as a do it all bullet along with the Barnes lrx. which also are highly rated and the swift s2 for aerodynamic bullets that hold together.
Buy a shelf rifle and shoot the best bullet.