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|Bullet Weight||40 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1200|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||128|
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Very Good Ammo
Cycles and feeds without problems in my Ruger MKII with PacLite barrel. Accuracy is fair.
Cycles and feeds without problems in my stock Buckmark. Accuracy is great. Shoots as good as ammo that costs 3 times as much in this handgun.
My 10/22 Loves this Stuff
I have 3 different 10/22's and all of them work perfectly with this ammo. 2 of these have Kidd barrels and the other a Green Mountain. All of them have tuff buffers. All of them have "standard" strength Kidd recoil springs. Perhaps the Kidd spring is lighter than the factory Ruger one? Maybe that is why I have no problems with this ammo while others here do???
I am puzzled that many reporting here had major problems with this ammo in their 10/22's.
I have read other people having problems with this ammo in Ruger 10/22 and the Ruger pistol. I have been using this ammo in Marlin 60, 795, Smith Wesson 22A, Sw22 Victory, Henry Golden Boy 22, and Smith Wesson MP 22 auto pistol and have not had any of the problems that these other gentlemen have been having it shots accurate and groups nice for me.
I have been using this ammo in Marlin 60, 795, Smith Wesson 22A, Sw22 Victory, Henry Golden Boy 22, and Smith Wesson MP 22 auto pistol and have not had any of the problems, it shots accurate and groups nice for me.
No good for me
I have a Ruger 10/22 that was very picky from day 1. I had failures with several types of ammo so I polished the bolt and replaced the extractor with a Volquartsen Exact Edge extractor and it cured my rifle of failures except for Federal Auto Match. Unbelievably, I still have 1-2 failures per magazine with it
No joy with Ruger 10/22 takedown
First, love LG. Full disclosure, I did not buy this ammo here. But felt I need to add my comments help inform others
My experience, Would not cycle in my new Ruger 10/22 takedown. Using Ruger OEM 10 round mags. FTE every 1 to 2 rounds. Also many FTL. As soon as i changed to higher velocity round, no problem. 1240+ fps. Noticed that as the gun warmed up performance increased, but not much. So, my recommendation is to buy a small box and test it in your gun. Glad I did, rather than get stuck with 3K rounds that just cause frustration.
low power lacks enough energy to cycle
this ammo lacks enough power to cycle the slide on my ruger sr22 do they have the right burn powder for a short barrel semi-auto hand gun. this round works fine in a longer barrel hand gun and rifle
Says right on the box - Ideal for Semi-Autos. This is hands down the worst ammo in any caliber that I've ever shot. Every third or fourth round was a FTL or a FTE. Shooting from a fixed rest, it wouldn't even group decently at 25 yds. Got so tired of clearing jams that I gave up. Maybe my old .22 LR pump will handle it, but my Ruger 10/22 sure won't and I'm not even going to insult my MKIV by feeding it any of this garbage ammo. If the old pump rifle won't handle it, then I'm stuck with 3000+ rounds of this crap. The only thing it has going for it is that it's cheap. Lesson learned.
You're reviewing: 22 LR - 40 Grain LRN - Federal AutoMatch Target - 3250 Rounds
Posted On: 11/8/2019 By: bob
Posted On: 8/1/2017 By: John
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