Find a real ramrod the correct length. Both CVA and T/C thought they were doing shooters a favor by adding either the palm saver or "T". However what they did, was limit the shooter to a specific style bullet. You need the loading jag for any type tipped bullet.
They sell aluminum ramrods at various lengths, you'll have to measure your current rod, or take your rifle with you when you shop.
Then look for a separate "T" handle, which you will also want to put a loading jag on for tipped bullets.
I've used this since Knight first came out with them an it was bought out by Traditions: https://www.traditionsfirearms.com/p...xtension-a1335
Shooting to 200 or 250yds, you might want to shoot a little heavier bullet, 290 or 300gr and increase your charge if the rifle will group. Start at 100grs volume and increase your charge by 5grs, shooting at least 5 shots per charge. Once it starts opening up the group, you know you've reached your rifle's limit. DON'T go over the maximum charge of 120grs.
If you hunt long range, practice long range. Practice a lot, and when you think you've practiced a lot, practice more.