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Old 10-11-2010, 02:03 PM   #11
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The target shown was federal bulk ammo, fired rapidly, off hand (no rest).

I imagine I could get some pretty tight groups from a rest with better ammo. I'll try that next time, but I know the buckmark is very accurate. The trigger i pretty nice too.

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Old 10-25-2010, 01:58 PM   #12
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Federal Auto Match is one you should try. My Camo Camper loves the stuff. During breakin, AM was the first ammo to fire cleanly mag after mag. My Camper shoots anything now, but I do not shoot Rem. ammo. I also use Fed AM in my Browning Medalist, Challenger II, CZ 452, Rem Mdl Five, and my Sav MKIIg. CCI mini-mags, Fed 510b and Win SS HPs are also good. I prefer the 40 gr. slightly subsonic loads, but the Fed Bulk does fine. Just not quite the POA accuracy of the others. TbBrowning buckmark - .22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion 50 foot target just playing around when I first got my Camo Camper. 30 rounds or so as I remember. tb
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