I mostly shoot at the long range for fun and after the last couple of years I've gotten decent at it. I'm thinking that it's time for me to mix up my "go-to" load and try something a little bit better. I've been using 168gr matchkings for as long as I can remember and started with them because they seem to be one of the industry standards as far as a long range 30cal bullet goes. Now here I am years later knowing that I'm not really getting all the benefit downrange I could be getting out of my 110FP heavy barreled 30-06 with these light of bullets. So I got looking and I don't know why I never really noticed this before, but the Sierra 200gr matchking and Sierra 220gr gamekings seem like they'd give me the best of both worlds. I could go to the range and use the matchkings for my long range accuracy wants, and then if I get the chance to go hunting the 200gr gamekings would be a natural fit because I'd be so used to the ballistics of how the other rounds flew. I know I'd have to work up two seperate loads, but it seems like the two bullets would have a very similar sweet spot and that I have a match, and hunting load that are very close to one another. I know a 200gr matchking would handle anything that breathes, but in some cases a soft point just makes better sense. Any thoughts on this? I appreciate the help.