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Old 05-29-2012, 12:33 AM   #31
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My 10-22's shoot everything well......for accuracy and terminal performance on Varmits, ie Sage Rats......I like CCI Stingers the best.
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I agree with you insofar as during a brief time that Fed Blue Box was unavailable, the Remington was a substitute. Fed costs the same around here and is cleaner so it is an easy choice.
Makes sense. I have always liked federal. I buy those 100 rd bricks for 12 ga at wallyworld, and was gonna buy some blue box at Big 5 but they didn't have it. I settled for 555 white box Winchester. I like Remington better than the white box though.
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I have not found a brand that my 10/22 will not shoot great. Well it is actually my son's 10/22 now. He took it over a few years ago.
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Old 06-01-2012, 09:45 AM   #34
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I think it just depends on the gun. I have a old savage that loves the gold turds but my henry hates em. I'm still trying to find what he likes so far it's the cheap blazer stuff. I'm still in the try every kind I can find faze with it though.
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I'm going to stick with CCI good all round
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I have an issue with my 1022 shooting the federal bulk saver pack. i finally think i nailed the issue. i had just replaced the trigger group when i ran into problems with FTE. The casing would spin a 180 and jam on top of the following round. all of these shots were also low-fliers which leads me to believe that they are not as fully charged as the majority of the rounds.

last weekend i discovered that the factory mags differ. i have four total, one labeled #1 another #2 and two that are #3. The 1 & 2 mags were causing the FTE. there is a ridge along the metal portion of the mag that is not srtaight when compaired to the #3 mags. once I switched to the #3 labeled mags the fliers didn't jam.

Once I get caught up i'll post pics. hope this may help someone else out there
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I have an issue with my 1022 shooting the federal bulk saver pack. i finally think i nailed the issue. i had just replaced the trigger group when i ran into problems with FTE. The casing would spin a 180 and jam on top of the following round. all of these shots were also low-fliers which leads me to believe that they are not as fully charged as the majority of the rounds.

last weekend i discovered that the factory mags differ. i have four total, one labeled #1 another #2 and two that are #3. The 1 & 2 mags were causing the FTE. there is a ridge along the metal portion of the mag that is not srtaight when compaired to the #3 mags. once I switched to the #3 labeled mags the fliers didn't jam.

Once I get caught up i'll post pics. hope this may help someone else out there
Very interesting keep us updated
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