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Old 08-27-2011, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default Big 22 LR amo test from Norway.

Hello.
I have done a big test of 22 LR amo fore my CZ 455.
My english is not so good that I can write the testresults in english,but if you use the goggle translater in youre toolbar you will be abel to understand what I have writhen.
Pulver`s jaktblogg: Stortest av 22 LR amunisjon.

B.R

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Old 08-27-2011, 02:46 PM   #2
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Pulver- Tusen takk. Utmerket rapport.

Well planned test, very concise and informative report. I spend time trying to shrink the shot group size with a .22, and have found major differences in accuracy with different ammunition. The Lapua Master and Nobel R-50 shoot very well in my old Mossberg rifles. I have also been pleasantly surprised at the accuracy of the Wolf Match .22 LR ammo.

Once again, thank you for the very hard work that went into this project.

Folks, this man deserves several "Thumbs up"

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Thanks. I`m happy that you didd understand me and understand what I have written in the test. The RWS R50 is one of my favorittes. But it`s werry expensive in Norway. $ 0.6 pr shoot. Round 3 Norwegian kroner..it`s too expensive just for fun shooting.

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If I'm reading correctly the Lapua Match grouped well for you also.

Great work putting all that together!

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Very Good Job
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The Nobel and Lapua are about $18 per 50 rounds here. The Wolf Match is about $6/ 50 rounds. Ordinary hunting quality 22 ammo is about 18/ 500 round brick.

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Can you say thorough? Greatly appreciated. I tend to lean towards handguns, but just got a Ruger 10/22. So, I have been trying to research accurate and affordable .22 ammo. Thanks for the quality testing!

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very detailed and outstanding write up. Thank you!

Here is the link to the google site English translation Google Translate

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Can you say thorough? Greatly appreciated. I tend to lean towards handguns, but just got a Ruger 10/22. So, I have been trying to research accurate and affordable .22 ammo. Thanks for the quality testing!
Over here, we just avoid Remmy Golden Bullet Bulk...when you can get it to shoot, it usually groups well...
its just annoying as heck to have 2-3 outta every 25 round go PAFF instead of BANG!
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Thanks for the awesome report pulver! Understood most of it without a translator, Norwegian is so close to Swedish

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