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22 only misfed with hyper-velocity ammo, which the packaging tells you not to use.
First off they state you should not use any hyper-velocity ammunition or Remington Thunderbolts.
So unless you're in the same orbit you have hyper-velocity impacts, which can be devastating to a satellite.
22 LONG RIFLE Experts in gunshot wounds will tell you that a hyper-velocity .
Clearly the 1:16 rifling in the cold-hammer-forged barrel of the Varmint Evolution wasn't fond of ultra-light hyper-velocity ammo.
Right now American shotgunning is caught between two opposing trends, the aging of the shooting population, and hyper-velocity in shotshells.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Taking Ruger at its word, I put the little pistol to work with a half-dozen different varieties of ammo, ranging from standard velocity 40-grain to high-velocity 36-grain hollowpoints to hyper-velocity light-bullet loads.
The hyper-velocity trend started for two reasons, steel and the demise of the old "drams equivalent" rating for shotshell velocity.