I don't reload for .22-250, but have shot it often over the years, mostly this one on paper targets. I will say that it is a great cartridge for coyotes and such. My buddy has declaired it his favorite, and even uses it on pronghorn where it's legal to do so. You sure won't have a hard time finding reload data for it. Get the Speer manual along with a few others and pick one recipe that you will like.
A buddy and I did some for his 22-250. They are fairly easy and forgiving, but you need to play around with different loads and see what you rifle likes the best . His was a Remington Sendero it liked 52, and 55 grain speers and I think they were 55 grain nosler combined techonology silver tips, not sure on the weight of the last one. We used Hodgsons Vargent powder. I would personally get the realoading book for the bullet you are loading, and from the powder manfacturer and cross reference them. When you decide on a bullet and a powder I usually start about in the middle of the load and load 5 of each charge increasing by a half a grain up to .5 to 1 grain below the max. You may not want to load that hot but that is what I do. Take those rounds and go shoot find what load works the best. I have one rifle that will shoot about any thing that you can put in the chamber and another that so far I have only found one load that it even holds a decent groop with so pour some powder and have fun expermenting.
One of the most important pieces of equipment that you will take hunting is a good quality pair of optics and they take some care to give you the performance that you want. So here are a few tips.
Use some alcohol and cheese cloth to clean the lenses. I will usually pick up an extra cleaning kit from my optician when I have my eyes examined.
Don't touch the lens with your fingers. If there is a stick or a bug on them blow it off.
Use the lens covers. They are there...