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Old 04-05-2014, 05:21 PM   #1
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just picked up some fiocchi ammo and was wondering who has had experience with it and how did it work? , before i had this i bought aguila and my gun kept getting jammed , would load it up , cock it and pull the trigger and it just clicked , had to re cock it thus spitting the bullet out then it would fire , then had to repeat the procedure for every other round would not fire , but had the strike mark on it , before aguila i had the cci ar-tactical and worked great , the lady at the local gun store said its normal for it to jam up and blah blah , but was wondering how well the fiocchi ammo works

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That sounds more like a firingpin/mechanism situation rather then Ammo. Have not had any Exp. with Fiocchi in 22, but have shot a lot of their CF Handgun Ammo. Good for you if you find some...


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yea i did find some , and bought it because i need it , the lady at the guns tore also said something it could be from the low velocity or something like that from the ammo , but we will see ,
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That can also be an Issue. Many Semi's can not shoot any Low Power Type rounds. Mine will only cycle Shotshells 1 Rd. at a time.


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the guy told me this fiocchi ammo is 40 grain , the aguila was 40 grain and the cci ar tactical was also 40 grain and like said it worked without flaw
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40 Gr. is the Bullet Weight. Usually you will see a "Speed"(in fps) on the side of the box or bulk pack,..sometimes they will have it on the company website.


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i do remember the cci ar tactical being 1200 fps , the fiocchie online says its 1120 fps and augila was 1025

i remember reading somewhere that aguila does not have enough power to cycle the next bullet through? i guess my rifle does not like that ammo
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Depending on which Angulia Ammo. They Have Super Extra(1100)SV and Super Extra High Velocity(1400) and Super Maximum(1750).........


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i ended up having the superextra copper plated , would that be the reason it didnt cycle well , low fps?
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The only ammo I have from them is the HV(1400) and the Super Maximum(1750fps). The only other ammo I have that they make is the SSS( Sniper Sub-Sonic) which won't cycle in the 10/22 at all, but does work in the 702. But not in any of our 22 handguns. I need an inexpensive 22 Wheel gun...


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