Work up some loads for your particular rifle. Keep the FPS at or above 2650 FPS and you should be fine.
I hit mine with 178gr A-Max over 44gr Varget loaded to 0.02 off the lands. At a much higher elevation though. This load for my rifle was a .3MOA at 100 yrds and .4MOA at 200yrds. That was the longest I could shoot paper at my local range.
There are plenty of loads that will hold 1MOA at 1000 yards, shooters that can keep up with the loads are more scarce.
An MOA sized target at 1k is not exactly an 'easy' shot. You can do it, sometimes on the first try if you're good, always on the second if you know how to drive the rifle and have solid fundamentals.
There is a misconception though that if you spend enough money in the right places the rifle and ammo will magically endow you with the ability to shoot a 1MOA target at 1000 yards 'all day long' and, unfortunately, it doesn't work that way.
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: milo-2</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: AlliedArmory</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Not sure what your title means "MOA at 1000 yrds".
With a wind on my back, I believe my dope was at 38.5 minutes. But when the wind shifted to in my face, I think I was at 47 minutes.
Sorry for delay in response,thanks for your info-sweet spot for this rig seems to be around 41.7-42 grains imr 4064-.030 of lands-br-2 primer-185 berger,I put the tube in a ax aics chasis,learning now how to spot weld my eye to the glass,this old dog is still learning new tricks.
Sorry for delay in getting back to you,Was looking for a general starting point that others were loading to,that they felt was getting them one inch moa results at 1000 yrds, I know that every tube has its own appetite,but needed a base line to start off on, and I think that I have found that yellow brick road.
10.471996", a little less roughly....... </div></div>
1 MOA at any distance is 1 MOA, stop trying to convert angular measurements to inches, in order to to be to shoot small groups at long distances one need to produce a load that has single digit SD and ES.
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Humdawg</div><div class="ubbcode-body">What would you suggest in a hunting bullet around the 180 grain weight,but not over 190 grain,with a range out to 1000 yrds? </div></div>