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Subsonic 22 Ammo???

Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by jcountry, Sep 4, 2018.

  1. jcountry

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    What brands do y’all like for suppressed?

    Finding any bulk deals??

    (Figure I better stock up before Nov. Another panic is coming.)
     
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    CCI std velocity is already subsonic and around .05 cents
    At Brownells on a good day

    Best around IMHO
     
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    CCI Standard (1070 fps) is awesome for semi autos... every once in a while I've gotten it for $.045 per round shipped, I have started using Aguila SV. I get similar accuracy and it's still very quiet. But what's real fun is CCI Quiet out of a bolt action suppressed... 710 fps... we call it the giggler... everyone who shoots it immediately starts giggling afterwards... shooting it at metal is just stupid.. haha it's great.. but I take 710 fps CCI Quiet segmented hollow points with me squirrel hunting and rabbit hunting... you literally hear nothing... then a suppressed 300 blackout with subsonic rounds for deer... let's just say it's a blast! haha a quiet blast!!! good luck!
     
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    I've found CCI Suppressor to be quite a bit more accurate from pistols than CCI Standard but nearly any SV ammo will work.
     
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    CCI suppressor and quiet out of a bolt action stupid quiet! SV is my go to on pistols and bulk on my suppressed .22 SBR. 4 inch barrel so most bulk and sometimes mini mag stays quiet
     
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    No way..sb all the way
     
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    Gemtech makes great suppressor ammo too but it's kind of pricey
     
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    This. As much as I like CCI standard I feel as though Gemtech Suppressor ammo is quieter. I
     
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