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|Bullet Weight||60 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||950|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||120|
Review by Bill
took 125# axis buck with 1 shot to head at 20 yards. down in tracks. very quiet in CZ 453 suppressed.
(Posted on 3/17/2019)
1 of 5
Review by nailgun
I have shot this through my crono.. At the muzzle 985 fps. The powder load was at 1.1gr. A bit noisier than cci subsonic but lots more power. Cci speed is 730fps.
(Posted on 11/26/2016)
2 of 5
Review by James
Very well made, clean, and well packaged! I have never had a single misfire with this load!
(Posted on 10/28/2014)
3 of 5
Review by Searol
This ammo was good for my purposes, semi-quite pest control. The grouping was decent 1-2" at 40-50 yards good enough to get the results I needed. This round out of a non-semiautomatic rifle has a similar sound to that of a high power air gun. Overall I am satisfied.
(Posted on 10/23/2014)
4 of 5
Review by kilibreaux
Very well made, clean, and well packaged! I have never had a single misfire with this load, and it chambers and shoots with absolute reliability from my P22 - suppressed and suppressed, and functions equally well from my GSG-5 and 10/22, all suppressor equipped.
Contrary to populist "experts" the 60 gr slug does not leave the barrel tumbling - if it did it would destroy a suppressor in short order! The SSS is probably the ideal load for those who choose to carry a compact, suppressed pistol. Ballistic tests of this round can be found on YouTube and brassfetcher.com. The 60 gr bullet does a nice end over tumble after punching several inches into ballistic gel, creating a large wound channel yet penetrating deeply.
i highly recommend this load to anyone who carries a .22 for serious business.
(Posted on 8/24/2013)
5 of 5
Posted On: 10/27/2020 By: Matthew J Riviere
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