Last year my wife drew for Oryx in NM. We had both hunted them before an knew they are very tough animals. She used a .308 shooting Barnes TTSX bullets. Her Oryx sucked up 5 of those bullets and still took 10 minutes to die. Completely expecting not to draw another tag anytime soon, I said "If any of us ever draw an Oryx tag again, I'm buying another 338 Lapua." (I've owned 2 before and in fact dropped my Oryx with one shot from a 338 Lapua in about 2012.) So when my son got a successful notice, I bought a Savage 110 Precision in 338 Lapua. I've been trying to work up a load that will reliably hit an animal in the vitals at 1000 yards. Nosler ABLRs didn't work. 1 MOA is all they'd shoot. I've read good things about Hammer bullets so I ordered a box of Hammer Hunters, 213gr. Started at 92 grains of H1000 and loaded in 1 grain increments, loaded to magazine length minus about 0.010. I got to 102 grains which is where the load started compressing. No signs of pressure, so I loaded a few of those and shot 3 shot groups on 2 different days at 600 yards. Both groups were 3.5”. I had 2 bullets left so I shot those at 1000. I know it was just luck but attached is the pic of that group. Not bad for a factory rifle. Extrapolating from B.C. and bullet drop, I get a velocity of 3230fps. I might play with seating depth after the hunt, and maybe powder charge next year to try to fine tune the load. I can't wait to see how they perform on a hunt, I just hope we actually get to go. I read that NM has shut down the entire state.