In all the various discussions of the 9.3 Mauser it seems that most all bullets shoot well if not accurately. Knowing what is involved in harvesting moose or bears there must be an optimum bullet for use in Alaska. A bullet design and weight that is highly reliable.
I was personally lead in my experience to fall to the Swift 250 grn. or the Barnes 250(TSX) as first choice. Both have been accurate and really reliable in my other calibers. Spendy though. Due to the velocities that the 9.3 Mauser falls into one would almost be led to believe that the 270grn. Speer would be an acceptable choice and suspect to hold up and penetrate. No experience there though.
Nosler is famously known and wonder about the 250's - Accubond? Woodleigh offers some good choices too-----there is alot of choices. So again in your personal use what have you found to be a good bullet that offers the 150-200 yd. range with good penetration?
I have a collection of both A-frms and Barnes that are a telltale sign and some inferior bullets prior to my reloading experience that fall short of being "happy". I don't know if Kodiak is available in the caliber either.
I have 100 rnds. of Norma brass and a few thousand Fed.GM primers and a full set of Redding dies and RL-15 for this 9.3......... at long last a 9.3
One bullet.......not to much to ask for I hope.