I was bitten by the F/TR bug last year. I shot our local mid-range matches with the best rifle I had available at the time, which was a .308 Remington 40X 24" barreled action bolted into an old AI chassis system. I used a Harris bipod and a squeeze bag because I initially considered the matches as practice for tactical competition, but along the way I decided to concentrate on F/TR instead. So, I had a dedicated F/TR rifle put together in an MPA chassis. I'm using a 30" 10 twist Bartlein barrel that I had chambered for the bullet I primarily intend to use in matches - Berger 185 Juggernauts. I've moved away from the Harris bipod/squeeze bag to a Phoenix bipod and a Protektor Dr bag, etc. Like a lot of projects, this one ran a little behind schedule and I just got it on the range a couple of days ago. What I've learned in my brief time on the range is that I need to learn a different technique to shoot this rifle well. I had notions of using my 40X .22lr or my .308 40X to practice in order to save wear on my match barrel, but I've come to the conclusion that I really need to practice with my match rifle in order to practice effectively. So - once I get an effective load developed with the 185 Juggernauts I'd like to come up with a less expensive practice load. Most of my practice has to happen at either 100 or 200 yards due to range availability. Any recommendations for a good bullet to use as a practice substitute for the 185 Bergers that costs less but provides effective practice?