Now for a brief ballistic digression. One of the things I learned years ago was that, in any given caliber, the heavier bullet weights outperform the lighter ones. They retain more velocity, spoil less meat, out-penetrate, and buck the wind better. I saw this demonstrated over and over in the 7mm Weatherby Magnum, which I’ve used a ton. I started with 140-grain bullets at 3,250 fps, and eventually dropped them in favor of 160s that were going 3, 050 (a mild load). The latter always outperformed the former. Thus it is in the .338 (225 or 250-grain), .270 (150-grain), and any of the big .300 magnums (200-grain).