Try and at least quantify why. I mean Hornady makes ammo that puts 200yds easily in range with more than enough energy for a clean kill. Hand loaders have been doing it for years. Explain, using actual facts and numbers and not the "sage" advice someone else told you. Until I see someone post some numbers then all you have is hearsay which doesn't mean shite with rifle ballistics.
I get that it CAN kill out to 300 yds. The generally accepted ft-lbs of energy to kill a deer sized animal is 900 ft-lbs, and at 300 yds the Hornady 160gr LEVERevolution has 1025. Great, you CAN kill a deer at that distance. That doesn't mean you should be shooting a caliber that drops 12.3" from 200-300 yds at animals past 200 yds. CAN it kill them? Sure. CAN a really experienced hunter who is VERY familiar with the ballistics of their ammo make that shot? Sure. SHOULD you be using that caliber to routinely make shots that far when other, much better rounds are available for the same or cheaper? Probably not.