For general plinking and some hunting I go with the Remington Golden Bullet Hollow Point. I like the price of it and it has shot well for me. However when I want to get serious about **** hunting I get CCI Stingers, from what I have seen they pack more killing power than your average .22lr
I am still dialing in my scope but the CCI Blazers seem to work well. I am getting a little over 1/2 inch groups at 50 yards. I have bought several other brands to try out but I want to shoot a few hundred more of the cheap ones to get use to the feel of the rifle. Once I feel comfortable with the new rifle I will try them all and let you know the grouping. For now there is still too much of me in the group.
Just picked up a brick of Wolf ammo at a gun show. I will be buying more, they rock. I am able to get .3 inch 10 shot groups at 50 yards with my 10/22. I was unsure about them till I tryed them but now I am sold.
My plain Jane 10/22 does pretty well with Federal Classic and Winchester Power Points. I've been getting 1.5" to 2" groups @ 100 yds with both. Bumped off a few parrie dogs out in Montana with the Power Points.
Overall, my vote goes for CCI Blazers. Very accurate but a bit dirty. After shooting 400 or so rounds, I noticed a bit of lead buildup but nothing that a good cleaning wouldn't take care of. In copper covered bullets, I like the CCI Mini-mags. CCI Stingers and Velocitors work great as well but are a bit more pricey as .22Lr goes. I've not had good luck with the bulk packs from Wal-Mart. The federal hollow points are junk in my opinion yet they work great through my friend's gun. I've also had decent luck with the Winchester wildcat. IMHO, I think that any CCI stuff is tough to beat.