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What are your preferences for this round? 36g or 40g? Primarily shooting from 10/22 rifles. Is there one that’s better than the other?

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what I often will say is buy some of both and see if one is significantly more accurate than the other in your particular gun(s)

you may find a difference / you may not

then - assuming price is comparable - stock up on that

don't think you will find any issues with either in terms of reliability, function, etc

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I have both the solid point and the HP bullet, and honestly, I don't see a difference in my type of shooting(target).
 
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I like using the 40g for competition since it's copper plated and relatively "clean" shooting. "Relative" being the word for such a thing as "clean" shooting 22lr.


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I usually choose the copper-plated. As stated its relatively easier to clean than lead bullets.
 
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The HP Mini Mags I’ve been buying are copper plated like the RN ones. Confused




 
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It really kind of depends on what you're trying to do. If you're just throwing rounds down-range for S&Gs, plinking, it probably doesn't much matter--save what your firearm will cycle reliably and whether you want to deal with leading.

If you're going at all for accuracy you have to try a bunch and see what the gun likes. For accuracy that probably won't be Mini-Mags. As their name implies: They run kind of hot. Hot rounds and accuracy usually don't go together.

I've got 5-6 different kinds of match ammo, as well as CCI standard velocity, that I'm going to run through my 77-22 and my Mk I. I'm waiting for an LGS to get Aguila back in stock, then I plan to see which they like for accuracy.

Should be a fun experiment. I've never tried to shoot .22 WRF for accuracy, before. I mean: Beyond hitting what I'm aiming at Wink




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