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CCI 22 Long Rifle 40 Grain Lead Round Nose 525 round
by Bruce L Date Added: Tuesday 31 March, 2009
I tried a box of 525 of these and was very pleased. They were the least expensive .22 LR I could find, including bulk pack Remington and Federal. I thought the unplated lead bullets would cause a problem but the bullets were all firmly crimped and very solid (not a loose crimp as the other reviewer experienced), and the bullet lube was a very hard wax that almost looked like a clear plastic coating. None of it flaked off and it wasn't a gummy wax that causes feed problems. I had just started the second box of 525 in my Kel-Tec SU-22C rifle and finally had a couple of feed jams because the rifle was getting dirty. .22 LR is dirty stuff because the firearms use blow back operation. To shoot over 500 with no problems in that very tightly chambered SU-22 is pretty amazing. It won't shoot Remington Golden Bullet ammo at all, and the Federal bulk pack has 1-2% with no primer material anywhere around the rim. The accuracy was very good on the Blazer ammo too! We didn't shoot any paper targets, but every two seconds, I'd squeeze the trigger and a 12 gauge shotgun hull would dance down range, from 20-50 yards, almost 100% of the time. Great fun! I was using a 4X32 scope on the rifle. My friends and I have shot about 1200 rounds of the Blazer and it's the best of five bulk pack ammo I've tried. I'm going to stock up on this stuff.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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