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Old 05-03-2012, 12:41 PM
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Default Aguila 22 LR 20 gr Super Colibri

anyone here try it????


have a gopher issue and would like it for young kid training ammo.

would be used in a bolt action and a heritage revolver
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For both of your intended uses they will be fine. I used them for youth training and for varmit removal. Just watch out for squibs in the rifle.
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They will work good with the revolver, maybe in the bolt action if it is a repeater. The bullet shape and size is not normal and it can cause feeding issues in repeater. You may have to single load into the chamber. Make sure the bullet clears the barrel in rifles. That shouldnt be a problem with the Super colibri, but is is with the lower powered non-super colibri. You can also try CCI CB 22 shorts, they are very quiet.
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I used them with a High Standard pistol in the garage and it went fairly deep into the phone book, but it bounced off a piece of firewood. Distance was about 7 feet. They will not cycle any semi's.
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yea keep your barrel under 22 when shootin them i had one stop in my 24 inch marlin
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For both of your intended uses they will be fine. I used them for youth training and for varmit removal. Just watch out for squibs in the rifle.
^^ This.

Those rounds are really quiet and I never felt the recoil. Bolt action Win 67A. Better to feed them one shot at a time or use a revolver. Make sure the round cleared the barrel.
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your good to go. I use them in my winchester 62a
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