Re: How do all of the Match bullets compare?
Virtually all match bullets made these days are hollow pointed. This is 'cause they can be formed more uniformly than full-metal jacket ones.
Sierra Bullets' track record with their match bullets is the best. And their quality tests at their 200 yard underground range have smaller groups than anybody elses. Their bullets are available in 22,24, 26, 27, 28, 30, and 33 caliber. Sierra's hunting bullets are typically more accurate than any other make, too.
Other commercial makes include Berger, Hornady, Lapua and a few others.
And all hollow point match bullet makers typically don't recommend they be used for hunting. Their hollow point tips are typically smaller than hunting type hollow points to make them have a higher ballistic coefficient which means they won't expand as well if at all. And their lead cores are typically much softer than cores used in hunting bullets.
Sierra bullets are generally available in all stores selling reloading supplies. Searching on line for a particular make yields good results, too.