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Old 01-06-2019, 09:08 PM
MajorD MajorD is offline
 
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Beyond the whole sonic barrier thing, as a general rule standard velocity ammo ( intended for precision shooting) is made with higher quality control and generally will be much more consistent in regards to a limited velocity spreads consistent powder charges, more consistent bullet weight etc.
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Old 01-07-2019, 11:22 AM
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When it goes far enough. Who cares what it does after it goes through the target?
I've always thought the ideal self-defense round would make a nice clean .40 or larger hole on entry and exit and drop to the ground just aft of the target. As a practical matter, projectiles in flight get "wobbly" at some point in their deceleration, and more difficult to predict.
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Old 03-02-2019, 10:56 PM
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My best results are with CCI Green Tag, always good in rifle or pistols. My best results are using them in my Remington 513T. The same ammunition also works great in my wife's Smith and Wesson Victory pistol. They are costly, but so enjoyable. When letting kids shoot at family events, I take a brick of CCI standard velocity. Decent accuracy, and very quiet in my suppressed Savage bolt rifle. The kids like shooting full soda cans without head gear, listening to the cans spew!
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Old 03-03-2019, 10:55 PM
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I have two 40x rifles. One is a standard barrel and the other is a heavy barrel. The heavy barrel 40x loves Wolf Match Target the most after testing a multitude of different ammo. As for the Standard barrel 40x the jury is still out. The one thing I do know is that neither one likes HV ammo. The groups are all over the place. So Sub-sonic or standard velocity is what has worked best for me on both rifles.
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Old 03-06-2019, 10:47 AM
jwenum jwenum is offline
 
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The more you pay, the better the performance. Just tried some Eley Tenex ($18 a box) and my Kimber 82G loved it; took about 20rds to get the barrel seasoned with their lube. Have heard anecdotal evidence that going from Eley to SK or Lapua the bullets shot good right away. Takes awhile when going to Eley(different wax formula I guess). Tenex sure was nice, but way too expensive otherwise.
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