Put a 130 Berger in there, hit anywhere near the vitals and nothing in any size up to an eland will take a step. I killed two springbok at 430 yards, one behind the other. Neither one heard the shot, 26 Nosler and 130 VLDs.About everything listed at midway is 2500-2650 in the heavier bullets (139 gr and heavier).
I ordered some Woodleigh 160 PP a couple months ago, it's just been too hot in my reloading "room" to get out there and work on loads.
Looking at Hornady's ballistics calculator, there isn't a whole lot of difference in any of the 139-160 gr bullets as far as ballistic arc at V0 of say 2450-2650. Faster V0 and higher BCs are easier to stretch to 300 yards, but any of them should be effective on thin-skinned game out to that range.
I think @Shootist43 mostly shoots Barnes 120s out of his.
No personal experience with magnum loads for NP, but there seems to be a common thread here and a couple other fora I visit that NP doesn't always play nicely with high velocity at close range. Better than cup and core, but not as good as bonded bullets like Swift, Norma, and Woodleigh; or monos like TTSX/TSX.