Dave, in reply to your earlier comment, I'n cheap, too! But for less than the cost of a CP33, you can buy an Inland pm-22 suppressor. $200 for the stamp, $189.99 for the can, case and 4 ounces of Db Foam. It's arguably the best value in suppressors today.Thank you!!! I thought all the CCI Quiets were at 40gr. I'll see how these Federal work, sounds like they will! Thank you!!
We use these for scaring of the skunks that come about...If you want quiet, I have a box of Aguila colibri rounds that have no powder and fire the bullet with the primer only. The girl in this videomsays they have a tiny bit of powder but that's the first I've heard of that. It's a little 20 gr bullet.Of course they won`t cycle the slide but they are good for back yard work.
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Yeah, the CCI Quiet-22 won't cycle at all in my SW22 Victory with a CGS Hydra. While they are whisper quiet, not cycling sucks - especially when I was careless enough to buy a full brick. Fiocchi subsonic, also 40gr, work flawlessly.I don't think they will cycle. They really are not intended for semi autos. The best they will do in any of mine is eject and cycle the next round in but not having enough oomph to cock the hammer, 10/22, 15/22 3 different MK Series pistols. The best luck for quite fodder in semI 22s I’ve had are the heavy 45 grain subsonics. Winchester and CCI offer some, others may as well. They function semi autos fine. The Quiets are good revolver, lever and bolt gun rounds.
That’s because they were not intended for use in semi automatics. CCI now has a Quite semi automatic load, 45 grains at 835 FPS. Haven’t been able to get any to try but I have no doubt they work fine. Supposed to be just a hair louder than the 40 grain 710 FPS quite but still below standard velocity noise wise.They are the only rounds that choke regularly in my p17