"I'm attempting to hunt varmints with this rifle and prefer lighter bullets for good fragmentation with no ricochets or bullet skips, after a pass through. A 110gr. or 125gr. would be best. It's flatter than a road killed squirrel around here, so I got to watch my background."
I'm also inclined to think that putting a lot of money into a MN isn't something that I'd do. BUT............. If you want to play around with it, don't discount using 32cal. pistol bullets running .312-3.14dia. Running from 65gr. -100gr., they can offer you want you want for explosive results at moderate rifle velocities.