Providing the bullets are of the same design, a heavier bullet will have a higher Ballistic Coefficient. The heavier bullet will start at a lower muzzle velocity, but at some point down range the heavy bullet will pass the lighter bullet in velocity and energy. Heavier bullets are also less susceptible to wind drift.
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