OK guys here is a question that I have asked before in other threads but it never got answered: For deer and antelope hunting do you think the .22 bore is too small OR do you think it is it improper selection of the bullet? Now for the details... I am focusing on the large case .22's for example the 22-250, 220 Swift, 22-6mm, and 223 WSSM all of which are capable of driving 75 gr bullets around 3,000 to 3,600 FPS. This is not a thread about the 223 Rem, 222 Rem, and or other like sized cases... I would prefer to have a CIVIL DISCUSSION between adults not some mud slinging Jerry Springer B.S.! In particular I (as in me) will be focused on the 75 gr Sirocco II bullet, that does NOT mean that is the only bullet we can discuss but I would like to keep it in the heavy for caliber weight range. This IS NOT about using Varmint bullets for large game... so throw out arguments about the V-max, Ballistic Tips, and Explosive Hollow Points... So like I said, I want to hear ALL point of view and pleas be willing to back ANY and ALL statements with FACTS or YOUR personal experiences none of that "my sisters cousin's dad" crap... And one more thing... I am NOT for using the .22 bore OF ANY VELOCITY RANGE for "new hunters" so leave those arguments out as well. Now to start it off I am for the use of bullets designed for deer in the .22 caliber bore size. How about you?