With bullets and EVERYTHING being somewhat hard to come by I saw some of those light, all copper bullets shaped like an 'X' and got some to try. Supposed to give increased fluid transfer and penetrate well. Anybody tried these? I'm curious as this bullet looks like it could be very lethal. I have a friend who shoots Nutria (big, southern version of a rat) as the wildlife and fisheries department give a $5 bounty per tail (yes that is grotesque!!!) because the Nutria are destructive and weaken the banks of rivers and canals burrowing. The Sheriff's dept also had a team out for a while with a guy riding in a pickup bed with a .22 rifle and night scope to assassinate the critters for a while. They videoed some and that was amusing to watch cops riding around in a truck along the streets popping Nutria! My friend usually uses his Ruger MkIII .22lr pistol to do the same. But he owns a parcel of land in a marsh where he hunts wild pigs and such and thought these unusual bullets might be cool to try. I told him if he got some I'd load 'em for him to use in his 9mm pistol(s) mainly for the pigs. The Nutria get dead pretty easily with just the .22. Anybody got some experience loading or using these bullets? Looks like if they work as well as they're supposed to there should be a lotta dead pigs around his land ... more for the alligators to eat!