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Old 01-27-2012, 04:14 AM   #31
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A Steven model 62 and I cleaned it every time I shot it and I could put anything thought it with out a problem besides winchester

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Old 01-27-2012, 04:26 AM   #32
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That's kind of odd, all I've shot is mainly winchesters through mine and I've only had maybe 5 jams and two duds that I just rotated and reloaded and they went off just fine. Thats out of about 1000 rounds or so.
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That's kind of odd, all I've shot is mainly winchesters through mine and I've only had maybe 5 jams and two duds that I just rotated and reloaded and they went off just fine. Thats out of about 1000 rounds or so.
Idk maybe I got a couple bad boxs
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Idk maybe I got a couple bad boxs
I'm thinking that's the case. I'd suggest buying another box, but I don't see a point in that if you've already found a brand that works just fine in your rifles.
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I'm thinking that's the case. I'd suggest buying another box, but I don't see a point in that if you've already found a brand that works just fine in your rifles.
Agreed

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I'm thinking that's the case. I'd suggest buying another box, but I don't see a point in that if you've already found a brand that works just fine in your rifles.
I sold my 22s now looking for a 22mag
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I sold my 22s now looking for a 22mag
Oh, well the. I guess there really wouldn't be any point in buying another box then. Haha

I was looking at getting a 22mag, but figured I'd grab a LR since the ammunition is cheaper and I don't think I've seen any 22mag at my Walmart here.
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Oh, well the. I guess there really wouldn't be any point in buying another box then. Haha

I was looking at getting a 22mag, but figured I'd grab a LR since the ammunition is cheaper and I don't think I've seen any 22mag at my Walmart here.
Im goin to pick up another 22lr but I got 22-250 that I nick name the 22 ultra mag and I have always wanted a 22 mag and I figure they would be a good combo in a coyote set up lol
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Im goin to pick up another 22lr but I got 22-250 that I nick name the 22 ultra mag and I have always wanted a 22 mag and I figure they would be a good combo in a coyote set up lol
I've got a friend who's on the market for a 22-250.
I'm diving the nick name on it though haha

When it comes to coyote hunting, I've yet to even so much as deer hunt. But I do agree on that being a pretty good set up from them, from what I've heard any ways.
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Im goin to pick up another 22lr but I got 22-250 that I nick name the 22 ultra mag and I have always wanted a 22 mag and I figure they would be a good combo in a coyote set up lol
Marlin 22 mags are like $200 at walmart

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