Had a conversation with a friend today. Somehow we started to talk about guns. He gave me this thought on mixing ammo type in an automatic Round 1...(in the pipe) nastiest hollow piont you can get. As it is in the "pipe" no worry about a miss-feed. Round 2... (1st in the magazine) fully jacketed ball round. Most reliable not to jam. Better penatration Round 3.... Reliable Hollow piont. All rounds after that, FMJ ball ammo. His thinking. First shot is the most important and maybe your only shot. Go for the round most likly to stop. Second shot. Most reliable round to work in your gun. Best garrentee if a second shoot. Better penatration then Hollow point that did not stop BG. Third shot, Hollow Piont, back to the damadge thought. After that, buy now the BG is gone or has taken cover, or the hollow pionts are not stopping him. If he has taken cover you need best penatration you can get. same if 2 hollow pionts you allready fired did not stop him. That is if you hit the BG. If first shots missed, BG has either taken cover or ran away. Or if round 3 miss feeds, becouse your gun has somehow decided it suddinly will not feed a hollow piont, if you clear the jam, remaning ammo being "ball" is most likely to work. So, folks, your thoughts?