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    Thanks gillie, might have to give it a whirl just for trails sake.

    That pobjeda is like buck shot compared to some of the others in that test.

    Yeah it's an old thread but still relevant.
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    What about one of those Sako finnfire .22's they look pretty nice, can't say the same about the price though .

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    @Gillie bloody hell that's some good shooting! Do you use a suppressor with the subs/std velocity or does it effect accuracy/reliability?

    Where is the best place to pick up a decent range of match 22lr ammo?

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    Ive got an anschutz 1416 i think the model is. Learnt to shoo with it anx bought it off my old man and the thing is a machine. Ive probably put a few thousand rounds through it killed hundreds of possums rabbits and hares with it. Even killed a 80-90lb sow with it one day. Longest kill ive managed with it is 152 smoked a hare. Bloody good guns if this one ever dies ill buy another anschutz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillie View Post
    Bottom line was that the R50 shot great at 50m and 100m. The velocity consistency over a 10 shot string measured with a magnetospeed V3 was as good as anything else I have tried.

    The reasons why I am not using R50 is that the accuracy at 200m wasn't as good as the Norma, SK Match and Lapua Polar Biathlon..
    Cheers,
    Seems counter intuitive ? any idea what was going on with the 200m groups?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    The Mother of All Rimfire Ammo Tests AccurateReloading.com « Daily Bulletin

    Google's been listening.

    Any tried barrel tuners on a rimfire? Seen guys using them in f-class etc
    Those Bleiker target rifles rock. Of course, it pays to bear in mind that with any accuracy test the result is only applicable to the specific rifle used. The next Bleiker off the production line may and almost certainly will produce a different result. Rimfire ammo is further complicated by the accuracy variances in different batches of the same type/brand even though there is strict quality control on the more expensive target brands.

    Extreme .22 LR accuracy is a fascinating subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-Ring View Post
    Those Bleiker target rifles rock. Of course, it pays to bear in mind that with any accuracy test the result is only applicable to the specific rifle used. The next Bleiker off the production line may and almost certainly will produce a different result. Rimfire ammo is further complicated by the accuracy variances in different batches of the same type/brand even though there is strict quality control on the more expensive target brands.

    Extreme .22 LR accuracy is a fascinating subject.
    Exactly right.

    Nice to see so many various brands tested in one spot though.
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    I really like my Ruger 77/22.It feels like a propper Rifle,the bolt is alot more solid in function than most rimfires.The Barrel has been cut back to 12" to make it standard length with a Can.

    It shoots like a dream and hasn't let me down in 21 years.
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    PMII on a rimfire!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Exactly right.

    Nice to see so many various brands tested in one spot though.
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    Mate finally got a chance to put a couple bits together on my quad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LOC View Post
    PMII on a rimfire!!!
    Yeah you need to put them on something with light recoil or they die it turns out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Yeah you need to put them on something with light recoil or they die it turns out
    Hope the one on my .338 lapua improved doesn't die.
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    But I see nothing wrong with having it on a .22, why not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    Hope the one on my .338 lapua improved doesn't die.
    Don't hold your breath aye @BRADS....
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