For those of us who handload, I've got an inexpensive plinking load I use with my 464. I've found that X-Treme's 150grn plated .308 bullets work decently well accuracy wise even out at the 200yds I shoot them at with my 464. Further, I've found that about 35grns of W760 powder (developed for the 30-06 to fill the case better for better accuracy and give it a bit more velocity) on top of the X-Treme bullet gives me just over 2,000fps and a low recoil plinking rd. With a high case density, it's decently accurate even with plated bullets and as they are inexpensive at 10¢ each, shooting these handloads are pretty darn economical. In addition, the younger shooters at our club appreciate the softer recoil with this load. A friend tried these in his '94 on Yotes and he was pleased with the results.