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January 28th, 2005  
Lil Hulk 1988
 
You are comparing a std .22LR, comparing M2 to a std .22LR HV is ignoring the hyper velocity ammo available in the .22LR. Tables on the internet or not, I use loading tables and experimenting all the time in my centerfire weaps, the only option 99.9% of rimfire shooters have are factory loads, which you need to use the average factory data.
January 28th, 2005  
SOT_II
 
And again I'm not ignoring the hyper velocity..I am saying that the hyper velocity is exactly a .22 LR on steroids as is the .17 Mach 2...

But lets look for those charts....

Ohh but wait let's go to the Eley chart...
http://www.gzanders.com/eley/17ball.html

Ohhh but wait again...you said go to the remington page...

"Remington Premier® 17 MACH2 rimfire ammunition will be offered with an explosive 17 grain AccuTip-V™ bullet and a sizzling muzzle velocity of 2100 fps.:

so 17 grains @ 2100 FPS...what's that ...hmmm 166 FPE....
http://www.remington.com/ammo/rimfir...htm#ballistics

http://www.remington.com/whatsnew/pr...am_17mach2.htm

But please do show me on the Wolf ammo page where there is information about their "17 Mach2" ammo...

http://www.wolfammo.com/1_rimfire.htm

or please show me where Olin via Winchester has any data on their Mach2 ammo.


So the answer is the factory charts, are NOT the only resource...real testing is...but again considering that you have 1 "internet" chart, that the other charts that you refer to don't exist or support my data...your ability to test and read charts and actually present real data is highly suspect. The factory charts are presented as a single number that is the average...so I post 3 or 4 that show 166 FPE, and you present one that shows whatever it was...and then refer to MFG's that don't make M2 ammo or even have data....hmmmmm...yes I can see how well you test your ammo for your "weps"..zzzzzzzzzzzzzz





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Originally Posted by Lil Hulk 1988
You are comparing a std .22LR, comparing M2 to a std .22LR HV is ignoring the hyper velocity ammo available in the .22LR. Tables on the internet or not, I use loading tables and experimenting all the time in my centerfire weaps, the only option 99.9% of rimfire shooters have are factory loads, which you need to use the average factory data.