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|Bullet Weight||40 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Copper-Plated Segmented Hollow-Point (CPSHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||710|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||45|
Useful but accuracy is needed
Review by Josh
The quiet 22 lives up to its name sake as firing out of a rifle is equivalent to a .177 pellet rifle in sound. You can fire it without the need for earplugs however when hunting shot placement is highly recommend. I've hunted racoons for years and the round is quiet so not to disturb people from their sleep when hunting at night. However I have placed shots located in the upper torso where the heart and lungs are located and required multiple shots to down a 30lb racoon. I soon tried turning my head lamp on low settings and aimed between the eyes. Head shots are recommended for a one shot kill. If anyone can show me otherwise I'd be willing to learn but other factors take place as racoon hunting usually includes a chase with dogs I assume the adrenaline in the racoon is maxed so even if you strike the heart and lungs it may take minutes before the animal dies. I always trying to be more ethical on limiting the suffering of your quarry recommend well placed headshots. If you still want body shots I recommend a high velocity like stingers.
(Posted on 1/30/2020)
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Review by Steve
Was prepared for them to turn my 10/22 into a single shot, however unlike the standard Quiet 22 - these guys lodged 2 bullets in the barrel. Cleared and cleaned after the first incident & went back to shooting. Happened again 8 rounds later - hung it up for the day. Not intended for semis, for best performance use a single shot or bolt/pump/lever action. Might try the 1050 fps Segmented HP Subsonics or 970 fps Suppressor style ammo from CCI to see if they perform well, might be louder - but the increased velocity could alleviate "issues"...
(Posted on 2/17/2019)
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