Several years ago I got enamored with the thought of PRS shooting and decided to build a rifle for that purpose. I had a Remington 700 in .308 and liked that chambering, so I decided to go with that. Several years later I'm a little wiser and realize that the .308 is not a great choice for that purpose, but it's what I have and I enjoy shooting it. I had my Rem 700 action worked over and had a Bartrlein HV contour barrel installed. The barrel is finished at 26" and has a 1:11.25" twist. The reamer that I purchased was a PTG .308 Lapua Match reamer with 0.119FB. I've been shooting 175 gn. tipped SMKs with pretty good success out to about 750 yards. Beyond that my hit percentages drop off drastically, with 1000 yard shots at a 2.5 MOA target being at about 50% if that. At that range the bullets are dropping like a rock and its actually hard to tell if I shot over or under the target when I miss. Anyway, I now realize that I may not be using the best bullet for the job and am wondering how heavy I can go in projectile weight with the 0.119FB. I haven't shot competitions, but have spent some time ringing steel at various ranges from 350-1000 yards. For me it's just something fun to do, but I'd like to get the best performance out of my rig that I can get. The 175 gn. TSMKs shoot 10 shots into a 0.625" group at 100 yards in my rifle. I'd be interested to know if I Could get similar precision out of something heavier. What do you guys recommend? Thanks in advance for any advice.