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Monday 05 October, 2015  
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Federal Premium Power Shok Rimfire Ammunition 510, 22 Long Rifle, Lead, 40 GR, 1240 fps, 50 Rd/bx

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by C. H. Date Added: Sunday 21 August, 2011
I originally discovered this cartridge at the local Wal-Mart 2 years ago. However, their inventory is limited and I haven't seen it there since. So I took a chance and ordered a case from Able's. I have shot about half the case and can only remember maybe 3 FTF's. My 10/22 with an Adams & Bennett barrel can shoot 1" groups from 100 yards with this cartridge. I also have a Ruger Mark III hunter which likes this cartridge, it shoots stamp sized groups from the bench. This cartridge is quite consistent for bulk type ammo. The bullets feel like there is a thin film of wax coating on them. Maybe that's why the 10/22 and Mark III eats them without fuss. I highly recommend this cartridge to anyone looking for quality bulk ammo.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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