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Old 10-31-2019, 09:10 AM
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I am saying if you get some ammo that shoots some .1's to .2 groups at 50yds it will shoot good groups at 100yds. That same ammo if you were to shoot it at 25yds would shoot dang near single bullet holes.
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Old 10-31-2019, 09:23 AM
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Just an example of ammo at 25yds to 50yds. I rarely shoot at 25yds. This same ammo will shoot some .5s or less at 100yds.

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Some of that same ammo from a Kidd barrel during that same time frame at 100yds. These were both back to back. Hard to cherry those.

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Old 10-31-2019, 11:48 AM
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Some of that same ammo from a Kidd barrel during that same time frame at 100yds. These were both back to back. Hard to cherry those.
Nice !
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Thanks. Pretty much all the SK Pistol Match I have bought is very capable of shooting like that. I don't shoot much at 100yds. But the times I have it has done very well.
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Like I said just using that ammo as a random example of what I said about having ammo that can produce some groups in the .1's and .2s at 50yds. I have yet to find any ammo if it did so that would not shoot single holes at 25yds or real good groups for 100yds the times I have tried it.
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Old 10-31-2019, 03:57 PM
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Another example from my Douglas barrel 10/22 using some SK Pistol Match. I shot this gun only one day at 100yds and I didn't shoot much. This was the best one I got. Had several more that were good.


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Old 10-31-2019, 06:41 PM
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I shoot a lot of pistol at 50’ and shoot exclusively CCI standard velocity. When I move out to 25 yards I switch to SK Pistol Match because is it more consistent and I get a lot less vertical dispersion.
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Old 10-31-2019, 07:00 PM
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The right tool for the right job.

CCI SV is target ammo. It is not match ammo. It’s meant to practice target shooting with ammo that has similar ballistics to match ammo. It shoots reasonably consistently from both my CZ 455 and Ruger 10/22 Green Mountain Target rifles. You could use it for hunting. But, I don’t recommend that.

CCI Minimags are not match ammo or target ammo. The supersonic velocity means there will some stability problems between 50 and 75 yards. It is simply not meant to drive tacks.

On the other hand, CCI 36 gr HP minimags are the most versatile and effective small game round for hunting critters up to the size of a raccoon at less than 50 yards. They function reliably in a wide variety of rifles. The ballistics curve is very friendly for shooting between 25 and 50 yards. It pretty much kills what it hits. I’ve never had a squirrel crawl away from a mini mag. I can’t say the same for CCI SV. No, your probably not going to get head shots at 50 yards. But, you’re not bench shooting. A well placed shot on the heart and lungs will put the critter down with minimal meat damage.

I’m a huge fan of both minimags and SV.

For mass plinking, I like federal bulk.
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Old 10-31-2019, 07:46 PM
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Smile CCI SV - Good Stuff

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Mals9 writes, in part: What is the opinion on this ammo? How does it shoot for you? ...
It is my opinion that CCI SV is good, quality, consistent, clean shooting ammunition. Reliable, Accurate.

It performs well (or well enough for me) in each of my .22s (auto-loaders, pump, bolt). It was the ammo I used to score Rifleman at a Appleseed. Simply put, It is my go-to ammo.

All that being said, the real test is how well the ammo performs in your rifle.
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Old 10-31-2019, 07:46 PM
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Ive had great luck with it, SV 40gr, blue box, with and without a suppressor.. in all my 22', M&P22c, FV-SR, Henry Survival.. its a little dirty and burns youre nostrils thru a suppressor but its a thumbs up from me

love it.. i do get a flyer once in a while but has never strayed more then a few MOA from target at 50



FYI...
take a look at the ammo when you get it, i have found projectiles not planted securely in the casing, not just from CCI, i have seen this on ALL mfg's with SV ammo.. and lately with gemtechs SS ammo

either loose or cockeyed.. those tend to be the flyers as i have tested to see if there was a difference.

i usually see 15-20 per 500 lately with CCI's.. pre 2014 ammo has as much as 50-75 loose and/or cockeyed projectiles
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Old 10-31-2019, 07:59 PM
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Iím not familiar with standard velocity target but the regular CCI standard velocity has been hit or miss. Iíve been buying 500 round boxes and there has been no consistency from box to box. A box will either shoot great or average. I havenít used any that shot poorly but the inconsistency from lot to lot makes me hesitant to buy more.
Thatís all I use in my Model 41 S&W. Always buy in larger lots...case or more.
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Old 10-31-2019, 08:06 PM
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CCI Standard Velocity

Different food for different rifles.
Tried a glob of different "target" rounds.
CCI standard in a Winchester 52C:
10 rounds @ 50 yards 1/3 minute
10 rounds @ 100 yards under 3/8 minute
and I am a shakey old man !
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Old 10-31-2019, 08:09 PM
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What is the opinion on this ammo? How does it shoot for you? I hope it is good I have 2,200 rounds if it.

Mals
In my long guns, (mostly CZs), it shoots about .75 inch at 50 Yards. It's not too unusual to shoot groups that are quite a bit smaller--.3 to .4. CCI SV is extremely reliable in cycling my S&W Model 41 pistol.
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Gemtech 42 grain 22lr?

It's relabled 42 grain CCI.
Found the date code on the bottom of the box.


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