Not funny, but lucky. They are the least expensive ammo I have found and have shot well in my Sportster and OK in the Ultra since I tried them a couple years ago. I've read the many reports over the years about how many folks have not have good luck using them. But at just over $5 per box when I first began using them, I figured it was worth a chance. The Sportster is zeroed for 100 yards and holds within 2" consistently. It has claimed a couple groundhogs using the Dynapoints over the past couple seasons. The longest shot being about 60-70 yards.coyotejoe said:Funny that the Dynapoints shoot well for you, I've tried them in my BRNO 611, my Savage 24 and my 6" AMT handgun and they were just lousy in all three, there also was a small cloud of smoke after each shot with Dynapoints from the AMT. The velocity of the Dynapoints was very poor, though I don't now remember the numbers, but that was the only ammo that wouldn't function in the AMT. I thought they would be good for edible game, like the old .22 Winchester Rimfire, however the poor accuracy from my guns rules them out for any use at all.