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I gathered all the 22 ammo i could find in the house and reloading room, came up with about 26 different types.
15yds 10rds each ammo

Completely forgot to check the Federal Red bulk pack, and thats what i have most of. :x

All i gotta say is WOW.. This thing is more accurate than my 10/22s








One of the Winchster Xpeditiers was a dud and hit low.




Looks like minimags are a keeper..
MM HP left MM RN right



Remington Yellow Jackets did way better than i was expecting
RYJ



Fiocchi 40gr RN did really good also

Check out the A SC (10)
Those are the Super Colibri



Check out the Remington shorts
RGB Shorts



Hope i didnt double post pics... ill have to look it over and add or subtract what i missed..
 

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ill try to list all the different types...


Winchester Wild Cat

Winchester Xpeditier

CCI Standard Velocity

CCI Minimag HP and RN

CCI Quickshok

Aguila SuperMaximum Hyper velocity
New and old box

Aguilia Sub sonic snipers

Federal Spitfire

Winchester SuperX RN

CCI Stinger

PMC scoreMaster

Federal Lighting

Winchester 333 pack

Federal AutoMatch

Remington Golden bullet shorts

CCI Blazer

Aguilia Super Colibri

Federal American eagle

WOlf Target Match

Remington Yellow Jacket

Remington Target

Fiocchi

Bitterroot Valley

Remington Thunderbolt
 

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SilentHitz said:
Completely forgot to check the Federal Red bulk pack, and thats what i have most of.
Not a problem, just bring me all the ammo and the pistol...I'll test it for free. :evil:
Hope you got somewhere to put it, its not all gonna fit in my truck :rotflmao:
 

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I'll do the same thing my brother did with all my ammo when I moved here last Dec...pile it in the middle of the living room and cover it with a couple of blankets! It's now in my walkin closet in the bedroom, and the living room is ready for more. :rotflmao:
 

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thats the kind of testing i like to see. Thanks for sharing your results and pics helped alot as well. Dude, you got too much time on your hands, but i'm glad your making good use and being productive with it. :thumbup:
:10: for hard work and providing good info................ :thanx:
 

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thats the kind of testing i like to see. Thanks for sharing your results and pics helped alot as well. Dude, you got too much time on your hands, but i'm glad your making good use and being productive with it. :thumbup:
:10: for hard work and providing good info................ :thanx:
I got home from work early for once :cheers:
So i decided to break out the ole pistola and sling some lead.
Normally i get home and go straight to the reloading room to play with some boolits and reload for some friends. Then ill try to organize my stuff some more and i never get anywhere :scratch:

Building some cabinets and shelves this weekend to get all my stuff off the floor and organize by caliber :)
 

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Cool! Nice work. How were the Wolf's? I see they are accurate enough. Are they clean, reliable, etc?
 

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Didnt have any hangups or any problems out of any of the ammo.
The cheap cci blazers shot the best i think. Gonna test the federal bulk and win experts when i can.
The wolf smelled funny but from 10rds its hard to tell if its dirty.
 

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the Wolf Match Target is some good stuff. it the same as SK Standard Plus. Bullets are coated with something that gives the smell. I shoot them in my Comp CZ Rifle for banging those "little steel targets.
 

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Good report. Is that model the 5.5 barrel?
 

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I have one with the fiber optic front site, finally shot it this weekend and was really impressed with it. I have had it for nearly 2 years with out shooting it. Very accurate.
 

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I am not giving you anything but my opinion but a test at 15 yards is not conclusive. A well loaded smooth bore muzzle loading pistol shoots reasonably good groups at 15 yards. When testing pistol ammo, 25 yards should be the minimum and 50 yards more desirable. You could have several fliers at 15 yards and not be able to tell the difference.

Doug
 
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