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|Bullet Weight||20 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||500|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||11|
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Great, quiet varmint ammo by Armadillojoe on 2/27/2015
Many years ago I discovered this type ammo. I had a single- shot bolt- action rifle 26" barrel. All there was: &quo...
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Colibri review part 2
This is part 2 of my review of Super Colibri ammo. Although the manufacturer says handguns only, I’ve never had any issue shooting this ammo in rifles up to 20”. The main thing is to be sure your bore is clean (don’t shoot in rifles with pitted barrels). This ammo is a bit dirty so I stop and clean my barrel after every box and clean my suppressor after 200+ rounds. Keep your firearms clean and you should have no trouble when used in pistols or long guns.
Great for indoor range and small varmits
I’ve been using Colibri ammo for many years. I’m fortunate to have a small bore indoor range in the basement. I use Super Colibri because I get 600+ FPS from my long guns, 500+ in semi pistols. Also Super Colibri will knock down my resettable steel targets while regular Colibri often does not. I use it on semi-auto .22 rifles like the S&W 15/22 as well as AR15 rifles with .22 conversion kits. Yes you have to manually cycle each round but it gives me less expensive trigger time with my ARs. Outside I’ve taken countless squirrels and chipmunks over the years. I shoot suppressed so the report is less than my air rifles! You can actually hear the round hit the hide of the pesky, attic invading squirrels you’re shooting at. Dud rounds are very few and far between. I will continue to use Colibri as long as it’s available and my old eyes can still see good enough to shoot straight. The only downside is this ammo used to be plentiful and $4-$5 a box. Now it’s very hard to find bricks and the price is a good deal higher.
Great in .22 Revolver!
I keep this loaded in my .22lr /.22mag 6" Heritage Revolver. Report is as quiet as a pellet gun. I have taken squirrel and mice with this ammo at 10 to 25ft. Accurate at 25ft. After 25ft I would be concerned about bullet drop. DOES NOT CYCLE SEMI-AUTOS. 20gr bullet. 690 ft per sec. 690fps. Pointed bullet penitrates 1/2in in plywood from rifle. 1/4in from 6" revolver. Great range or beginner quiet-urban or demonstration ammo. I use this with NO earplugs because I do not own a supressor.
Great, quiet varmint ammo
Many years ago I discovered this type ammo. I had a single- shot bolt- action rifle 26" barrel. All there was: "click, and thump". No "bang," no audible report to speak off. It is not as quiet in a handgun. I have found it will fire fine in my rifles. It will not cycle in autos. You may load it by hand in autos but it is a pain to do so and some of the energy is lost in the recycle discharge. It is effective ammo for a limited purpose - local, small varmints, within 100ft. As a single shot, it is wonderful in the rifles I have used, lately, a Marlin w/22 inch barrel. Penetration is about 1/2 inch in plywood. I am not set up for ballistics testing. Unfortunately, by the time I add shipping it is still about 20 cents a round. I was glad to find a supply of this ammunition. Thanks Lucky Gunner.
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