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Old 06-18-2012, 10:13 AM   #11
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How QUIET are these things? Not to be a d*ck but EVERYWHERE I search for info ALL I hear is if they cycle in there individual semi's. Are they fing quiet or not? Lol

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How QUIET are these things? Not to be a d*ck but EVERYWHERE I search for info ALL I hear is if they cycle in there individual semi's. Are they fing quiet or not? Lol
Well, they are quiet(er) but not as quiet as a .22 with a suppressor. If the point of having a quiet round is to not scare away the prey, I don't think it will really be that quiet. I bought the 'quiet' ammo out of curiosity. I don't really know what it's use is.
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Old 06-18-2012, 02:50 PM   #13
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terry, ever shoot cb's? same report, louder impact.

winds, they are basically a cb that functions in all .22lr chambers (meaning it feeds properly). they are meant to be quiet without a $200 tax stamp. i plan on picking up a brick or 2 next month for some early morning/late night plinking.

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Old 06-18-2012, 03:02 PM   #14
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CCI quiet fires at 64DB from a rifle. For you guys that remember eletric type writers. Stand 10 feet away while someone is typeing , thats 64db. That is fairly well quiet round. Cb is slghtly less but with very light bullet. You can shoot and hear the fireing pin click in a bolt rifle. The Quiet will not cycle in a semi-auto unless it has a very well use recoil spring and is over all and very slick bolt and reciever. I have 2 -10/22's, Wifes is a 1973 ruger with a stock recoil spring and polished where it wears and rides. My rifle has a Kidd light recoil spring in a fulliy polished bolt and reciever and will not fully cycle them. Maybe one out of 6 will cycle. My son-in-laws new marlin 795 will barely open the bolt. Guess to have a semi-auto work with them it had better be well along in years and shot alot. Get a bolt rifle to work 100%.

The round makes a practical yard cartidge for varments or close work, 25yard hunting cartidge. Even makes a good plinker for young and old kids. It will not travel down range like a run of the mill 1200fps round.

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These sound really interesting. nyone know if they would function well in a pump gun from 1914?

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they are the exact same size as normal LR so, probably.

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yes they will function in a pump.

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Is the power of the round effected?

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not sure what you mean. if you're asking if they are as powerful as high velocity, not by a long shot. hv rounds have about 120fpe, these have 45fpe.

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Somebody needs to run those through a suppressor. I've always heard that one of the loudest things about a supressed gun is the action cycling. The fact that it wont cycle would be a plus wouldnt it?

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