You can get 55gr accelerators up to 220 gr. You probably won't find a caliber that has more bullet choice. Expense wise it is on the low end of popular deer rounds. You can get milsurp ammo pretty cheap on line. I shoot 150gr and 165gr most of all. I like to stay with the same ammo for ground hogs as for deer, that eliminates having to know the ballistics of a lot of differant bullets. Iusually sight in at 1 inch high at 100 yds. That puts me on pretty well anywhere within 250 yds. Bullet design is probably more important than weight when hunting with it.
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