The HMR comes in a polymer tip, but is very frangible. Your range may have different rules for rimfires.
Maybe you could contact your range to see what their specifics are. That may help you make your final decision.
Do you have to go to the indoor range, or is that just your preference?
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hmm, im seeing some .22 Mag and .17 HMR bolt-actions that aren't too expensive.
The game you want to hunt you need to buy a shotgun.When I use to hunt birds I always used 12 gauge shotgun using number 6,op to number 8 shot.I bought a 243 for my sons first hunting rifle.I have a ruger in 270 in my collection and
it's an accurate shooter.It was a bicentenial model made in 1976.I put a wide angle scope on it and it's one of the easiest rifles
I ever owned to site in.It's never taken more than 3 rounds to hit black ! I purchased it from a co-worker for $400.