I have hunted & loaded several .300 WSM rifles since they were introduced. My most consistant bullet for accuracy & performance on game from deer to elk to moose has been a 168 grain Barnes TTSX. Depending on the particular rifle I may need to alter seating depth or powder type for best results - but always find a load that works. I currently have a Sako Tecomate in .300 WSM that I will be elk hunting with during this years Colorado 2nd rifle season. It has the same 1:11 twist as your Sako 85 and shoots the 168 Barnes very well. Terminal performance with this bullet has always been excellant also. Just my experience.