Most Helpful Customer Reviews
|6 of 6 people found the following review helpful|
||Best used - 7/4/2012|
|Reviewer: ||Major A|
|When I first saw this, I said "well.....maybe it'll work." So I ordered a brick of 500 rounds and when I went shooting, I was surprised. My Henry rifle loves this stuff! I sighted in at 25 yards and I was hitting in just about the same hole. I know many of y'all may not believe this, but I was shooting from a rest, something that I recommend for everyone when sighting in. But this stuff really does shoot well. Then I tried some high speed stuff and I was surprised. There wasn't any change in the group off the bench rest. So, when I cleaned my rifle: yeah there was some dirty patches but ya have to remember one fact, most .22s are dirty, so that's a fact I have to live with.|
|5 of 6 people found the following review helpful|
||Inexpensive ammo - 5/19/2012|
|When I saw the low price for this .22 LR ammo, I asked, "What's the catch?" After firing a couple of boxes, there didn't seem to be one. No misfires, no jams. When I missed, it was only by a little (shooting freehand at about 75 feet).
Cleaning my rifle afterwards, I saw the catch: I have never seen cleaning patches so dirty in my life. I had to run three wet and four dry patches to get the barrel clean.
But if you're the kind who cleans your weapon after every use, there shouldn't be a problem.|
|5 of 5 people found the following review helpful|
||Good ammo - 10/30/2013|
|I've put over 1,000 rounds of this ammo through 3 semi-auto pistols, a revolver, and 2 rifles and it functions perfectly, with no failures-to-feed or misfires. It's good ammo, and I'll keep buying it.|
|4 of 8 people found the following review helpful|
||Crappy ammo - 1/24/2013|
|This is very dirty ammo and spent shells got stuck in the barrel of my Marlin 925 causing fte after fte. This was the first time I had taken this particular gun to the range, and this was the only available ammo.
It has a lip just beneath the rim that is larger than other brands (presumably to create a good seal) that caused the spent shells to lodge in the barrel.
It fed fine in two much older (more broken in) guns that I had with me, so after cleaning the heck out of the barrel, I came to the conclusion that the issue was the extractor and replaced it. This, however, did not solve the issue.
I was able to get a hold of some federal and found that it cycled flawlessly in the Marlin. However, I still can't get a single round of this stuff to extract properly (fired or unfired). Maybe it was just a bad batch, but buyer beware anyway.|
|4 of 4 people found the following review helpful|
||great ammo don't believe the haters - 3/14/2013|
|Great ammo i bought 1500 rounds. And had no misfires through my smith & wesson m&p15-22 an they went through smoother than a porsche down the highway with the top down.|