So the 22lr (.22") bullet is longer, so is a .223 (.223"), but the .25acp (.25") is thicker, making it better than both?
TBS, doesn't the 22lr and the .223 tumble on impact? What does the .25 do, go straight?
So if the 22lr tumbles, and the .25 doesn't, which does more tissue damage as it travels through soft tissue.
Am I wrong? The 22lr is longer than the .25 is wide?