A longer 55 gr bthp with a ballistic tip would seem a better choice for long range as it would have a better ballistic coefficient,
but you're going to have to tailor your gun to a load that works best for you for the ranges you are using it at. Try several out at different ranges and see how they fly. Keep in mind that if you test it now with temps in the 40s and 50s, and you plan on using it this summer for woodchucks when its in the 80's or 90's there could be issues as well.
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