I'm currently shooting the 85 grain TSX. My only want is to improve the long range trajectory. The BC is pretty good but the Hornady Interbond is better with 7" less bullet drop at 400 yards. All things being equal it is a little bit flatter.
Now why should this matter?? Well I'm looking to find a deer bullet and a varmint bullet that will have very similar POI out to 400 yards. So far the 85gr Interbond and the 87gr Vmax are almost a dead match...in theory...
My 243 is a dual purpose deer/coyote gun and I'll be using it for both at the same time so finding two bullets that perform similarly would be a bonus.
If ole wilie coyote pops his head out at 400 I'll know excatly what to expect from my gun wether I'm loaded with my deer round or my coyote round.
What can I say I'm a little anal about these things