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22 pellet fired from 22lr rifle using blank cartidge!

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by Blakew, Nov 20, 2016.

  1. Blakew

    Blakew Sharpshooter

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    look at the effectiveness!
     
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    That is surprisingly awesome sauce.
     
  3. Okie4570

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    That's pretty interesting! Muzzleloading breech loader :)
     
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    You watch the chrono results?
    Using the yellow cases (#4) they were getting 2800+fps!!!!
     
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    We had a thread on this awhile back. The velocity they are getting is incredible.
     
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    I wonder what the pressure is?
     
  7. Sanford

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    Going the other direction ... bullets from Aquila Colibri powderless ammunition that aren't deformed work great as pellets in my CO2 gun. :)
     

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