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Target shooting ... WellLarger the diameter of projectile, easier does a hole in paper break a line either to advantage or disadvantage. On metal , say field target the larger diameter with strike on the edge of the KZ creating a split easier than a smaller diameter.Also there are in Air Gun target shooting LIMITS on FPE ( Foot Pounds Energy ) in certain classes, which ... as caliber increases so does the pellets weight. heavier a pellet SLOWER it must be shot to stay within the power limitations.You certainly can shoot a .22 or a .20 in a class where .177 has the most advantage, just learn the accepted limitations and scoring cost of doing so.
The .22 might have an advantage over .177 when shooting silhouette.The larger .22 pellet would "just" hit on the "close" shots were the .177 would miss. And the .22 pellet has more mass to knock over the silhouette, on a glancing hit.