Good evening Tikka.Been thinking about selling my hmr and getting a 22 hornet or a 17 hornet as I reload and think this may be a better option any ideas
I ditched the HMR when it was difficult to find amo that didnt split necks when fired and went for a Tikka Varmint 222rem, fitted a lighter trigger spring, and dropped it in to a GRS stock. This is a tack driving range gun, and works out cheaper to reload for than buying HMR cartridges. 40 grain Vmax, and 22grains of powder gives a good flat parabolic curve and a realistic 300 yard bunny and Charlie basher. 22 hornet will use almost half the powder so even cheaper.