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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by NikatKimber, Apr 28, 2017.
They said standard velocity, not subsonic.
Standard velocity is subsonic
Either way, that's high decibels for an integral suppressor. If I can't swap that to other platforms, I want stupid quiet.
Where do you get that?
Academy, LGS, Atwoods and sometimes Walmart. Or do you mean you want proof?
Because about 1100fps is super and CCI standard velocity is 1070 fps.
325 Rd. (Bulk Pack) - Federal .22 LR AutoMatch Ammunition
Manufacturer Part No: AM22
Caliber:.22 Long Rifle
Bullet Grain Weight: 40 Gr.
Bullet Style: Lead Round Nose
Velocity Rating: Standard Velocity
Muzzle Velocity: 1200 fps
Muzzle Energy: 128 ft lbs
I referred to CCI Standard Velocity. Now for the proof.
CCI having lower velocity means nothing to define the term. Standard velocity is all over the place, as shown by our 2 widely different velocities posted, and not necessarily subsonic.
So are the differences between the actual velocities and stated velocities. I was specific to CCI Standard Velocity as being subsonic and backed it up with proof just as you showed proof that some ammo manufacturers have Standard Velocity at Super Sonic velocities.
But the vast majority of standard velocity cartridges from any manufacturer will be subsonic out of most guns and most atmospheric conditions. You have to have just the right ammo,just the right gun/barrel length and just the right atmospheric conditions to go supersonic.