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Old 09-14-2020, 01:20 PM
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Think I found the dirtiest I have ever used. Had a few boxes of Aguila Super Colibi in my stash. Took the youngest in the back yard and let her shoot the 50 rounds. Was in my 457PV suppressed. Went out to shoot today and it was so dirty after standing it suppressor up over night that I could not close the bolt on a round of ammo. Mag would barely feed a round. The gun was dirtier than shooting a brick of normal ammo out of a suppressed 10/22.
All primer no powder and a double dose of primer in Super Colibri. Lots of glass in that one with little pressure to push it out the end of a suppressed rifle.
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Old 09-14-2020, 01:37 PM
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One box of Remington 100's fills up my Marlin 60 with crud more than any others I've used, if not cleaned immediately afterwards jamming will soon follow.
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Remington thunderturds are the dirtiest .22 ever made, period.

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Of all the brands I have tried (and I have tried a lot) I have to agree with this statement. I used it for the first time last week firing 50 rounds thru 4 pistols and they were all noticeably dirtier than with the other ammos. Otherwise I had no problems with it except in the wife's SR22
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Old 09-16-2020, 11:38 AM
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The nastiest I've ever used was some Remington standard velocity.
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All primer no powder and a double dose of primer in Super Colibri. Lots of glass in that one with little pressure to push it out the end of a suppressed rifle.
Was thinking about the no powder after I posted. It was some dirty stuff. I let my youngest shoot that and CCI quiets because she is very sensitive to gunfire.
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