The .177 MAY go farther but there is no energy left on the end. There is a reason military snipers use a .50 cal round to make kill shots out to a mile. It's not just the cartridge, it's the mass of the projectile. If lighter was better at range, you could conceivably shoot a .223 round from the same cartridge as a BMG .50 and have the same hitting power on the back end. But they DONT! It's pretty simple math. F=MA.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
For Distance the .177 will go farther because the pellet weights less and is smaller in size than the .22 caliber.
answered 7 months ago
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