I use the CCI Mini-Mag 22LR in my Ruger MK III Hunter, and I'm not able to always find just one type of load. Both rounds are called "high velocity," but the hollow point has 36 grain loads, the round nose 40 grains. Both are copper plated. The price of the ammo is also the same ($6.47 per 100). Does either type of ammo cause more wear on the gun than the other? I know that a hollow point bullet makes a wider, spreading impact compared to a round nose, but I don't think I'll see much of this type of impact on a paper target with a cardboard backing. Should I be choosy???