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Is there a better all around ammo than CCI's Mini-Mags?

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If you had to buy one type of ammo for 10 different .22lrs, what would you choose to give the best mix of accuracy and reliability? I'm leaving cost out since that's very subjective. Ignoring higher priced match ammo, and considering it will be used for paper punching, hunting, varmint control, and whatever else people use .22s for.

When I go out to try a new rifle, I keep finding that mini-mags always function, always shoot well, and don't break the bank. I know each rifle has its preferred ammo, but I've never seen one that flat out hated MMs.

Maybe call it your desert island ammo.
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When (what year) did the GB change from JUNK to "new and great"? Is there a Remington date code that one can read to determine the "good/new" stuff from the bad? The GM I used several years ago was not as reliable firing as CCI MiniMag. Jams, failures to fire, failure to eject in my auto (about 10%) ; occasional fail to fires (about 3%) in bolt rifles. I am willing to try GM again, but need a bit more information first on how to tell the old from the new.
You know, I was just wondering the same thing. Is there anything on Remington's website that sort of goes like: "We sure are sorry about the junky ammo in the past, folks. But, if you buy the stuff manufactured from (insert date), we guarantee a good product"?
I thought not. :rolleyes:
 
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