The Remington bullet is pretty good. Use standard (non-magnum) large rifle primers and one of several powders. You MUST get a reloading manual. I like the Lyman's #49, but the ABC's of Reloading is very good.
DO NOT just "load 'em up" with any given powder. The book will have "starting loads" that call for the minimum powder level and "max loads". Normally you start with the (duh) starting load, load a few (I use 3) at that level and work up incrementally TOWARD max, not necessarily TO max. You will find the "sweet spot" where the ammo shoots exceptionally well. As you increase beyond that level the accuracy goes down hill again. You want a balance between accuracy and power. Generally, a load about 2 grains under max will be that sweet spot, but again do not just load "that" load and assume all is well. The beauty of reloading/handloading is in the experimentation.
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