OK, I know this sounds sop****ric and too much like whuts the bes ammo fer my 10-22, but for owners of original Kimber of Clackamas Model 82 rifles, what in particular gave the best results? The first box of CCI Mini mags I shot gave great accuracy, so I went back and bought two more boxes, and they're awful, about 20% of rounds are subsonic and spray all over creation. I had some Federal 510 on hand, and when the "BANG" on every shot sounded alike, 1/2'' groups, but how rare is that when about every five or six shots you get bang pow poor phuft crack pop. I am going to get some test ammo to shoot, and I don't want to waste money on something that almost universally shoots poorly in everybody elses Kimbers. Some of the subsonic hollowpoints would be nice, there's CCI, Eley, SK, and Lapua. Among the lesser priced target ammos such as Eley Club, Lapua Super Club, Wolf Match Target, SK Standard Plus, SK Match, or even SK, Lapua or Eley's high velocity hollowpoints. The rifles test target was a one holer at short range with CCI Green Tag, but how does it perform nowadays in an oldie but goodie?? Or maybe even Winchester Super X and Power Points, Stingers or whatever? Save me some money guys, I'd rather sample what's proven good than risk blowing money on a box of everything made like I have in the past. PS wow the censor ship feature even cuts out a word like *** above meaning juvenile, inexperienced, childish, etc??