Originally Posted By: Chance Weldon
 Originally Posted By: longhunter
 Originally Posted By: abner
I'll be out trying to hit some at the end of August when the season opens. This will be the first year hunters have to use non-lead bullets here in Calif. Haven't found any yet that will shoot as accurate as my sub sonics, but I should be able to shoot well enough.
Didn't know they made .22 ammo with anything other than lead bullets. Please elaborate, I would like to know what you are using and what kind of results you are getting.

I thought the same after reading his post. A quick search on Midway turned up this: CCI Copper-22 Ammunition 22 Long Rifle 21 Grain Copper Hollow Point Lead-Free

Well they are fast at 1850 FPS, it states that "The projectile is constructed from a unique mix of copper particles and polymer compressed into a potent, 21-grain hollow-point bullet" I wonder if they would have any expansion or just break apart on impact. Also a little light for my taste, I like a 40gr solid point in my revolvers and a .36gr HP's in a rifle.
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