You really should look into relading. It will save you a lot of money in the long run. Buy a quality reloading kit that has just about everything you need to get started except bullets, powder and primers. The IMR 4895 is hard to beat for a powder to get started with.
Get an RCBS or Hornady single stage press kit, stay away from the Lee, even though much cheaper, a quality kit will last longer than you will.
Any load wit the 168 Match bullets will be more accurate out at the 300 yard range. At 100 yards, just about any bullet will shoot pretty darn good from a Savage. No need for a boattail bullet until you get out past 100 yards, they offer no real advantage until you get to the longer ranges.
As to accuracy, if the rifle is not shooting as well as you like, SavageGunsmithing
does one heck of a good accuracy package.
If he rebarrels the rifle, he guarentee's it will shoot .3", 5 shots at 100 yards with his recommended hand loads. Most of his rifles shoot far better than .3".
He can accurize one with a stock barrel, but your groups will depend on how good the barrel is. He gets great accuracy gains even with the stock barrel.
He holds the unofficial record at 3000 yards with one of his Savage rifles, 10 shots into less than 48" at 3000 yards, that having 24 feet of holdover. It was a match shoot, not NRA sponsored or it would have been an official record. The smith, Scott really makes the Savages and any kind of other rifle shoot like they have eyes.
He did my rimfire Savage and it shoots in the .1" range, 5 @ 50.
I'm going to give him do my Savage .308 shortly. He's a true Master Riflesmith. He has about a 3 month turn around time, much better than most.