Saturday, June 16, 2012

The Secret .22 Caliber Ammo

I realize that many shooters in the gun community have a bad feeling when they think about purchasing a .22 caliber handgun if it is Semi-automatic, mainly because they have a tendency to jam. This is because there is often not enough propellant to eject the round while racking another into the breach. One thing ammunition salesmen will tell you to fix it? Buy Mini Magnum rounds made by a company such as CCI, who makes them in the 100 round trays as seen above. BIG mistake if you fall for this, such as if you have the Sig Sauer Mosquito or similar handgun. Buying mini magnum rounds can be a waste of money if you are only looking for a hotter load on the range. I suggest purchasing a brick of Remington .22 rounds, even though they look more generic. They don't jam as much, and they are a better bargain. So you choose, pay $35 for 500 rounds of mini magnum or $20 for 525 rounds of Remington gold, the better product.


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  2. wheres all the ammo going?

  3. currently all the ammo is being horded, because all over the country people are scared. State and federal lawmakers are looking to make it harder for everybody to purchase ammo, such as requiring a permit to buy ammo. And thus everybody is rushing to the nearest sporting store to buy up as many rounds as they can get.


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