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Old 07-21-2012, 07:28 PM   #11
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You'll be wanting Remington Golden boolitz, 36 gr, hp, brass coated for your bulk ammo. They are availabe everywhere. Federals are too weak, same for Winchester and several other brands. Golden bollitz or CCI mini mags and you will be good to go. M1911
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I keep seeing all these things wrong with the p22. I got mine in June of this yr. When i 1st got it the gun store told me to use the federal bullets 36 or 40 grain. well every time i used them i had a problem every time. I knew it needed to be broke in as well. So we Went to walmart of all places and bought CCI 32 grain. Same problem. Well after that we went back to walmart and bought the CCI 40 grain and CCi 36 grain in hallow points. And i haven't had a problem with it since then. Well today we were just shooting and i bought the federal 40 grain and i had the worse problems with it. But i went back to the cci's and no problem i have shot over 1000 rounds in it. So my question is. Did i get lucky and get a good gun. or is there really something wrong with these guns. I have always heard people just don't want to spend the money on the good ammo and then complain something is wrong with it. knock on wood mine has been the best so far. my husband has a 9mm h&k and i still love my walther p22.

I got mine used, and it runs 100% on the CCI Mini Mags and Velosters. I decided to stick with these. Wally world seems to always have lots of them.
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Old 04-09-2013, 12:28 PM   #13
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You'll be wanting Remington Golden boolitz, 36 gr, hp, brass coated for your bulk ammo. They are no longer available anywhere. Federals either, same for Winchester and several other brands. Golden bollitz or CCI mini mags and you will be good to go. M1911
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M1911. That is the site that I mentioned to you earlier. I have it downloaded. I will check it out and try to be more direct and tell you what I meant in my last post.
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I keep seeing all these things wrong with the p22. I got mine in June of this yr. When i 1st got it the gun store told me to use the federal bullets 36 or 40 grain. well every time i used them i had a problem every time. I knew it needed to be broke in as well. So we Went to walmart of all places and bought CCI 32 grain. Same problem. Well after that we went back to walmart and bought the CCI 40 grain and CCi 36 grain in hallow points. And i haven't had a problem with it since then. Well today we were just shooting and i bought the federal 40 grain and i had the worse problems with it. But i went back to the cci's and no problem i have shot over 1000 rounds in it. So my question is. Did i get lucky and get a good gun. or is there really something wrong with these guns. I have always heard people just don't want to spend the money on the good ammo and then complain something is wrong with it. knock on wood mine has been the best so far. my husband has a 9mm h&k and i still love my walther p22.
Some of the ammunition you tried is simply not powerful enough to cycle the slide on the P22. For your inexpensive bulk try remington golden bullets. M1911
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