This is directed at those who have spent considerable time and objective testing of various brands of .22LR Hollowpoint ammunition, and understand that ammunition choice is extremely important for .22LR guns to shoot well. What groups best in your quality hunting .22? (Rifle or pistol) What gun is it? What range did you test at? 50 yards (rifle) would be a standard, I'd think. Did you chronograph? Did you do impact testing? What media? To start this off, I've tested numerous offerings in my Ruger M77 (standard wt barrel). Best for accuracy has been the Federal Hi-Power HP (the high-grade offering, not the bulk version), followed closely by the CCI Mini Mag HP. I shoot primarily the CCI, since it is more readily available than the Federal. The CCI averages .70" at 50 yards in this gun. Some groups at .50" Capturing the bullet in plastic water jugs results in a perfect mushroom. This bullet invariably stops within a raccoon's skull, and is also perfectly expanded. Accuracy disasters? CCI Stingers. all over the map in multiple guns.