CCI .22lr quiet ammo

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by hardluk1, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. hardluk1

    hardluk1 Active Member

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    Anyone that needs a pest control ammo or just a quiet round that will allow you to shot around your home check out CCI .22lr Quiet ammo. 67db loud or quiet in this cause. Cycles well in my wifes 10/22 with a stock recoil spring. As quiet as the slow cbs at 710 fps but with a 40gr bullet. No muffs needed too.
     
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    Interesting! Did you purchase locally or online?
     

  3. blucoondawg

    blucoondawg New Member

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    Yes, I will have to check this out as well!
     
  4. hardluk1

    hardluk1 Active Member

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    I bought mine from a general store /gun shop localy. They are a way above average shop and I did get the last 500 in stock from the vender.
     
  5. JonM

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    im going to have to try it in my ruger mk3 annd sw mp15-22 maybe the suppressor will help it cycle better than subsonics
     
  6. JTJ

    JTJ Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Midway was out of stock. I will have to get some. Maybe I wont have to buy a suppressor.
     
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    I just purchased a few boxes of Aguila Super Colibri 22lr @ 2.89 a box from AIMsurplus....from what i have been told,this ammo is quieter then most pellet guns:D

    I've heard good things about the CCI's too.
     
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  9. CHLChris

    CHLChris New Member

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    Wow, this thread has gotten me excited. The idea of being able to shoot in my own backyard would be awesome! Not something I could do often, but in case that really pesky squirrel is getting the best of my patience. bang
     
  10. hardluk1

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    There can be issues with it cycling semi-autos. I have a couple that seems to shoot it ok but to see how relieable it is will take rounds down range. Seems others have had lots of problems feeding in semi-autos. .
     
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    It seems perfect for my Savage bolt action, though!
     
  12. hardluk1

    hardluk1 Active Member

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    Will I guess I should have shoot it before talking about the CCI Quiet ammo. It will not even come close to recoiling enough in a marlin 795 to cyclle it. I then shoot several 5 shoot groups with a savage fv-sr and my wifes clark barreled 10/22. Funtion was fine in both but accuracy was not very good with groups between 5/8" and 3/4" after some fouling shots. May be ok for critter control but I gave my ammo to the kids and I am done with it. It did cycle in my wifes ruger 10/22 fine but it is far from stock. I would also be good for a kids plinker rifle.
     
  13. somawas

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    Strange, I've got three 10/22's and a Marlin Model 60. CCI's Quiet 22 (#960)will not cycle in any of my auto-loaders and doubt if this round will cycle in any stock auto loader- have read in another forum the the Quiet 22 will cycle in a 10/22 after extensive modifications to the recoil spring and trigger block. Other than that, the round is quiet enough to shoot in a city with "no fire arms discharge within city limits ordinance on the books" without the neighbors knowing and works well in a bolt gun on squirrels within 40 feet-better than a pellet rifle and the lighter CCI CB Long.
     
  14. hardluk1

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    somawas Note my last reply, wifes 10/22 is far from stock, highly reworked and typical very accurate. The quiet ammo would be fine for 40 feet on critters for sure.
     
  15. clr8ter

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    Uhh, I don' t think noise is the only thing when you shoot somewhere. It's just the fact that you're shooting, no? Couldn't that get you in a ton of trouble?
     
  16. HOSSFLY

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    Anyone tryed these in a 1911-22 :confused:
     
  17. JTJ

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    Nobody seems to have any in stock. I have a bolt and a pump so no action problems. I currently shoot pellets and cb in the garage. I have a Savage MKII FVSR ordered and I would like to get a compensator but dont really want to get on the feds radar anymore than I am. 6-8 month wait right now. I guess there are a lot of people buying them. $600-700 with the tax stamp just for a 22. We are trying to get it legal to hunt with in AZ as a noise abatement issue.
     
  18. hardluk1

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    clr8ter No, can't get in to any trouble where i am at, just don't want to both neighbors with a repeated bang bang bang of normal .22's. I live in a very rural area but still you look around and there homes every where. I am getting a cz 455 american tomorrow for a small game hunter and may spend some time try'n them for use in it.

    For me to get a suppressor I will have trust it. My local depty dog will not sign for me. His dad, the ex sheriff would and I bought a savage fv-sr just for that. gave it to one of my daughters to hunt with.