So I am heading to North Central Montana in a month or so. I have taken a few deer there over the years, mostly with my .270WSM and all with Nosler 130 gr Ballistic Tip bullets. They have worked fine. This year, I am tempted to go with a standard .270 Win shooting Hornady Interlock 130 gr bullets. I have found a load that shoots very accurately at around 2900 fps out of the 22" barrel. Since I believe shot placement is the most important when it comes to humanely dispatching game, the question is: should I go with the proven performance of the Nosler (they are quickly becoming prohibitively expensive, but I still have some) and see if I can match the accuracy of the Hornady bullet, or go with the Hornady bullet (I have a good supply of them). I sort of feel like hundreds (or thousands) of deer are taken every year with the Hornady bullet and as long as shot placement is good, it should work fine. But I would appreciate hearing others opinions and experience using the Hornady 130 gr Interlock in a .270 Win on deer. (They can be on the large side when they feed on wheat, lentils and peas) Thanks!