I'm considering purchasing some Aguila .22 LR Sniper Subsonic 60-gr ammo. I'm currently engaged in squirrel control around my bird feeders alternating between the use of two rifles, a Ruger 77/22 and Marlin Model 980S- both bolt actions- from an open window. Since I live within the limits of a city which has an ordinance prohibiting discharge firearms, subsonic .22 rounds are a must to keep the noise down. Most shots are within ten yards, but can be out to 25 yards max. I currently use Remington Subsonic 38 gr round nose hollow point ammo with good results- both noise and kills, a little too dirty for my taste but I'll continue to use them as long as I have them and no big issue to clean the rifles at shorter intervals. I've also use CCI Subsonic (0056) 40 gr round nose lead hollow point- again with good results in noise levels and kills and are readily available at a gun shop that I visit on a monthly basis. However, I've had the best results with CCI Subsonic (0074) 40 gr segmented copper plated hollow point- EVERY squirrel hit has been bagged and sent to the land fill. These rounds are generally purchased on-line at a price which is better that the gun shop that I purchased my first box of 50. I really want is to get an opinion on whether it's worth the money to buy a brick of the Aguila .22 LR Sniper Subsonic 60-gr ammo or even one box, or should I just take the money and buy more of the CCI Subsonic segmented ammo which I've been pretty satisfied with up to now?