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Old 02-03-2011, 06:37 PM   #1
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Has anyone have any experiences using 50-60 grain subsonics in a DA 22lr?



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I Used them in a Ruger Single Six. Shot tighter groups then 22lr's.



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Make sure you clean the cylinder or chamber well after using them. The case is the length of a short.

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Yeah I used those Aguilla 60gr ss snipers in a DA Taurus 9 shot revolver.Like already said they are very dirty,fun to shoot at stuff 100 yards out because they are so slow out of a handgun yet still make a big impact that far away.Other than that they were nothing special.

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