.22 Bullets: Whats good and Whats not Part 1
Okay today in this video series we are going to be talking about types of 22 bullets. 22 bullets are the most common type of bullet used. It has so many functions I.E. hunting, protection of youre cattle, SHTF (shit hits the fan) and so much more. In this video I want to show you guys the type of ammo you should buy because some people on YouTube have videos on 22 bullets but you can tell by the way they talk they really dont know what they are talking about and they are just going off of what people say on the Internet. I will not do that because I believe to get peoples attention and for them to respect you, you need to give it to them straight up and dont tell them what other people say. So here we go. The first type of ammo is Remington. Remington is a good company but they have a few quirks that they need to fix before people start to not buy their products anymore. Will these problems get worse? Of course not they are a respectable company who cares about their customers and they have a good business going for them. How long will it take? Well depends on a lot of things. For one our president and if the prices of ammo decrease, so it may take years mainly after our president is out of office and we roll in a gun loving republican. I am not trying to drag Remington ammo through the mud because the ammo still works but they have a few problems. Some of these problems depends on youre gun and what kind of condition youre gun or rifle is in. When I was shooting a ruger 10 22 it had about 100 rounds through it then I had a bad primer. A bad primer is when the firing pin strikes the shell and nothing happens and when that happens you have to rack the slide to feed a fresh round in the chamber. This happened about every 100 rounds, which is not a bad thing, but when I hear that Remington makes very high quality ammo and I get these problems it kind of makes me a bit mad. Another type of ammo I hear that sucks is Federal and I already had about 500 rounds through the 10 22 and I had zero problems what so ever. With the Remington ammo I had only bad primers but no jams or failure to feeds and the a good thing about the ammo is that its a golden bullet so then youre going to have a reduced barrel fowling and that keeps your barrel in good condition and it keeps it more accurate. The federal ammo does not use a golden bullet its copper plated and I am not totally sure but I think copper plated bullets does a better job on reduced barrel fowling than the golden bullet series. Lets say youre a competition shooter and you need good ammo. DO NOT GET Remington. I had problems when I would go up to shoot and I had a bad primer I ended up being short of one round and that can really mess up your score. So to resolve this conflict I ended up packing a few extra rounds in my pocket or in a magazine. Another ammo I hear bad things about is blazer ammo. Yes yes I know that it uses led as its bullet and led can mess up youre barrel, but if your shooting a cheap rifle like the savage 64 that only cost 117 dollars at Wal-Mart, I really dont care what type of ammo goes through it. Now with blazer ammo I have had only about 2 or 3 jams and thats about 10,000 rounds through the rifle if not more and I was even doing torture test on the rifle with this ammo and it still shot great with no issues. I dont recommend that you using this type of ammo through an expensive gun that you worked hard for and put a lot of time and effort in. It would be better to just buy some type of copper plated round because it will only help you in the long run even if it is more expensive than the blazer. Now if you use blazer like what I use to do, just clean youre rifle after about 50 shots because then it wont hurt your rifle at all. Just make sure that you know how to clean it and you use the proper cleaning materials. So thats basically it, just be aware of what you buy and what you put through youre rifle AR 15 M4 M16 whatever does not matter.