@Fastrig sounds like you have had good luck! But most likely you have just chosen to take high success shots, which is very wise.
I think any bullet from .22-250 on up will kill an elk when placed right and the shot is inside of 100-150 yards. I never cared about bullets until a few years ago when I had (1) more money to be picky, (2) more time to shoot more game and more targets, (3) more time spent reading about hunting.
My experience has been everything works inside of 100-150 yards (with a good shot) Over 350 yards things start to change. With that said: nosler ABLR’s work well, so does the Hornady GMX. Lately I’ve been shooting Berger hunting VLD’s.
@Bullthrower338 exceptional bull in the snow! I’m tempted to get a .338 WM or a .300 WM. I have a gap between the 7 mm RM and my .375 H&H...
As an aside, I am interested in trying out some of the newer, non-lead expansion rounds. Was looking for the BC on some rounds on Hornady's and Norma's websites and saw their non-lead bullets spotlighted, GMX and Ecostrike if memory serves. Getting rid of lead in the field would be great if the new bullets perform on par.