It may depend on what twist you have in that 700. The bullets you are looking at are on the long and heavy side for a .22 bullet, and may not do well with very light loads. No harm in trying though.
I have had real good luck with the 225415 flat-point, in all sorts of .22 centerfires, from Hornet to Swift. My first cast bullet loads were with this bullet, initially cast by a buddy who had turned me on to cast bullets, in a "pencil barrel" Ruger M77 in 22-250 (these at least were, (have not been there in years) very popular deer rifles in East Texas, where the deer run small - a relatively light and accurate rifle that hardly kicks at all, and with decent shot placement (I'm talking jacketed bullets here, more or less full loads or factory ammo) kill those small deer just fine.)