I recently bought a brick, but have not had a chance to try it in my semi-auto rifles. Some reviews have mentioned a waxy coating that gums them up, but most are really favorable.
I've been tempted by a few sales around $22/500 and its really had me curious.
I have had no problems with any 22 bulk ammo from Remington, Federal or Winchester in my rifles.
I have used it for years in a 10-22 as well as two Ruger semi auto pistols with out any problems.
Good to go from my personal report.
No issues. Probably better than the bulk pack Remington and the like.
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It is good to go. I used it in my 10/22's and buckmark with no problems.
Should be fine. Typically if a 10/22 wont shoot it needs an extractor.
I shot around 100 rounds through my 10/22 with no issues. It has a good rep compared to some of the other big names.
West German P228 (first duty weapon)
GOTM Nickel P229
It's good. The federal bricks are my favorite for cheap .22 though.
Went through about 200 rds today. I had quite a few FTF due to the spent cases not clearing. Haven't had this happen before.
I'll use it but I'm surprised it gave me so many problems.
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Rimfires of all stripes are notoriously unpredictable. Some will digest anything. Some are very fussy.
Some ammo does seem to be generally good shooting in many guns. CCI's standard velocity .22 is usually solid ammo in a lot of guns. But I am sure there is some .22 out there that doesn't like it.
And some is generally thought to be on the crappy side.
I haven't used the CCI Blazer. If it shoots - great. If it doesn't don't get it again for that gun. But it may shoot fine in some other gun.
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I’d FO, only tier of federal.22 I like better than Blazer is CCI. You’re golden, blazer will cycle through almost all types.
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