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Anyone had any experience with Aguila .22 ammo?

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  • Anyone had any experience with Aguila .22 ammo?

    Anyone had any experience with Aguila .22 ammo?

  • #2
    there really good for taking care of varmits outside your house or the back yard shooting range since there very quiet (not even as loud as a pellet gun) but they dont cycle in a semi automatic and had one or two richocet but other than that there pretty good little rounds

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    • #3
      My answer would have to be the same as Jerry's. They are good for that kind of .

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      • #4
        i have some of the hot loads in it and they work great,

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        • #5
          Kolbster,

          How is the accuracy of the hot loads?

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          • #6
            My shooting buddy uses it all the time and swears that their match stuff is better than most. Personally I can't see it is much better than anything else. He's a more superior shot than me with anything anyway.

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            • #7
              I've used Aguila .22 ammo in a bolt-action Anschutz target rifle and a customized semi-automatic Ruger 10-22. In the target rifle, the Aguila ammo was tack-driving accurate out to about 40-50 yards. The ammo was also very accurate out of the 10-22, but did not have enough bang in it to properly cycle the action of the 10-22. This didn't bother me, since I could simply grab the bolt handle on the 10-22 and cycle the action manually--in essence, my 10-22 became a modified bolt-action rifle with a 10-round clip when using the Aguila ammo.

              The Aguila .22 ammo is very accurate, but is also of low power (or at least the stuff I used was). I would not use it for anything other than close-range target shooting or maybe rats in a barn or similar pest/close-range environment.

              TWD

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              • #8
                I have used it in a Ruger Mark I, and a Beretta Neos. I had a lot of missfeeds in the Beretta. Not as many in the Ruger, but some. Accuracy was ok but it was very dirty. Too many missfeeds and too dirty for me.

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                • #9
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