So I live on 200 acres. This 200 acres is surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM land. There is only a neighbor/road in one direction and that neighbor is about a half-mile away and a dense forest is between them and myself, so I am not concerned about over-penetration. For defense inside my home I have a 12 gauge and a handgun, so I am already set there. I have an AR-10 with a 16 inch barrel chambered in .308 that I want to use for my property defense from people (in case someone breaks in and is destroying my property). I know that hunting rounds are designed to expand while having more penetration and hollow points are designed to dispense all of their energy almost immediately into the target which sacrifices penetration ability. I am not concerned with the legality of property defense because I am not some blood-thirsty person who shoots people simply because they are there. Shooting someone is always a last-resort. Also, where I live (in Idaho) the Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws include property, not just house. I was wondering if hunting rounds (like Remington Core-Lokt) or if simple hollow points (Like Hornady TAP or Hornady Critical Defense) would work better for this purpose against a person?