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CCI CCI 22 LR Quiet Ammo

This box includes 50 cartridges for a 22 long rifle. This ammo is 40 grain and has a 75 percent reduction in perceived noise of standard velocity 22 LR.
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Customer Recommendation75%3 out of 4reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for CCI 22 LR Quiet Ammo

Very quite in my 10/22 ruger

12/14/2012
By ,
Pocahontas AR
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
This great for pest and on a semi auto it will not eject because it dose not have the recoil do push back the slide other then that its great sounds just like your shooting it out of a silencer in my 10/22 Ruger
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Value
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Meets Expectations
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Recommends this product? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Gender:Male
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:A few times per month
+38points
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Review 2 for CCI 22 LR Quiet Ammo

Great rounds

08/09/2014
By ,
Wisconsin
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
If you want super quiet .22lr rounds, these will fit the bill. Great for dispatching pests in an area that you don't really want anyone nearby to know. But keep in mind, these rounds will not cycle properly in most semi-auto rifles due to the extremely low recoil. So, don't buy them and then complain that they won't cycle. They would work perfectly in a pump or bolt action rifle. I use them in my Ruger 10/22 semi-auto and they won't cycle but that is OK with me. One shot is all it takes most of the time any way. My gun essentially operates as a bolt action when using these rounds requiring me to manually cycle the action after each shot.
But great accuracy when the gun is sighted in using the same ammo. The trajectory of these rounds will drop after about 25 yards and at 50 yards will begin to fall off considerably. So, best used for close range where limited noise is essential.
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Value
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Meets Expectations
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Recommends this product? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Gender:Male
Ownership:Longer than one year
Usage:Once per week
+9points
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Review 3 for CCI 22 LR Quiet Ammo

Excellent low velocity ammunition

11/30/2012
By ,
NW Ohio
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
I use CCI with my suppressor because Advanced Armaments recommends it versus different subsonic rounds. It always cycles through my Walther P22. It also cycles through my G22 without a failure to eject.
Warning: You should know what you are buying here. This ammunition does not have as much powder as regular .22 LR rounds. It will fail to cycle in some guns. Also, if you shoot it through a pistol, make sure you are holding the pistol properly or you can get failures.
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Value
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Meets Expectations
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Recommends this product? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Gender:Male
Ownership:Longer than one year
Usage:A few times per month
+62points
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Ohio
This comment is to GabbyJ41
Posted 10/04/2014
I think (maybe) what the BDD meant about holding the gun correctly to avoid failure was not to hold the gun pointing at your face (leg, foot, chest, etc) when firing the weapon.
They way some people are these days, you have to spell everything out in exact terms. :-)
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Idaho - but about 50% of the time RV-ing the USA
Low Velocity Ammo Not Safe for Semi-Auto Weapons
Posted 04/01/2013
In my search for economical practice ammo, I learned that - - - Low Velocity a.k.a. subsonic a.k.a. quiet ammunition is not generally a wise choice for semi-auto or double action weapons (there are exceptions, but be careful!). There are two, actually three, likely problems. The first is that such rounds, by design, normally do not generate enough pressure to activate the slide adequately. Although a total jam is annoying, if the next round doesn't chamber properly (because the slide didn’t close completely, perhaps) there is a risk of serious injury, not to mention damage to the weapon. Another danger - primarily with rifles - is that the bullet may lodge in the barrel unnoticed. With a single action or bolt action weapon, the sounds will alert the shooter to a problem. (In many cases, you can actually hear - if not see - the bullet hit, so you know it left the barrel.) However, with double action or semi-auto action weapons, the shooter may attempt to fire another round so quickly that there isn't time to become aware of the problem. I doubt anyone needs to be reminded of what happens when firing a second round into a barrel with a bullet jammed inside. The third danger is actually related to the second. With semi-auto weapons, and revolvers, there is some small risk of mixing ammo types unawares. Should a high power round be fired into a blocked barrel the results could be disastrous.
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Idaho - but about 50% of the time RV-ing the USA
Say what?
Posted 04/01/2013
Billion dollar dan wrote: "Also, if you shoot it through a pistol, make sure you are holding the pistol properly or you can get failures." - This needs some clarification. I am using a single action revolver. You must pull the hammer back, then fire one round at a time. So, just why would the way I hold the pistol have any effect on the failure rate? One would think it possible to hold the gun upside down and fire backward between the legs without it making a bit of difference. Perhaps Dan is talking about semi-automatic pistols that can jam because there isn't enough pressure to activate the slide. If held incorrectly, the spent cartridge would not exit the chamber, even if the slide did retract
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Review 4 for CCI 22 LR Quiet Ammo

Does not cycle rounds

10/24/2012
By ,
Ohio
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
These bullets alwas fire for me but they do not cycle in my semi auto 22. For a bolt action 22 they are great.
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Value
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Meets Expectations
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Recommends this product? No
Age:25 - 34
Gender:Male
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Once per week
+11points
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