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Not even sure how to start this question. I don't want FMJ's or OTM's in one weight and hunting rounds in another... I have been searching the threads on here and on the net. Not trying to be caliber specific, but prefering 7.62x51 and the 6.8SPC, is there a type and weight of bullet to look at that seems to be the best suited for all around work? [We talk about how the OTMs are great, and are starting to be used by the military, but are bad for hunting (even illegal, I believe, in some places). Guys love the Accu Bonds and VMAX's, etc. etc. etc. (I can't even keep up with all the new ones) for hunting, but are they able to penetrate like and OTM if needed in a different situation?] I no longer get to shoot a lot, and we all know that shooting some calibers can be expensive, now-a-days. I don't want to have to (for lack of a better term) "stockpile" different types or weights of bullets for my weapons. I want to be able to zero several weapons for one bullet weight. Therefore, no matter who needs to pick up one of my weapons with what ammo I have, knows its zeroed at 100yds, and capable to do what the job requires of it. Yes, I know to hold over or under with different weight bullets, but not everybody shoots enough to know or do this, so this is my way of setting up a KISS for my supply. Oh, out to 300 yards max is my range too... Thanks in advance for any opinions guys!