I get the Aguila ammo at the local gunshows - my favorite ammo vendor always has 'em. No local store carries them. The 60 grain SSS don't shoot well in all guns, as the twist rate is usually not right to stabilize them. My Buckmark and Whitney Wolverine pistols like them, and my Marlin 39A likes 'em, probably due to the old ballard rifling in this '52 model. Some of my older .22 bolt rifles like it, but most tend to keyhole.
They do hit a soda can with good authority!
The Super Maximums can be fun, if the gun is strong - don't use it in old vintage rifles. My Buckmark loves 'em - the hotter the better!
The little Colibri has it's uses - such as indoor practice or initial scope sighting (best to do when the little woman is away, as they frown on such activities! :lol: ) Pest removal is best left to the Super Colibri - I bounced a Colibri off a 'possum's skull point blank, and it just made him mad! :shock: The SSS would shine there!
Ah! I love the smell of Aguila in the morning! :wink: