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That's a really good deal. They are much more expensive at Cabela's and sportsman's and Scheels. About twice that price.


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I've ordered twice now with the free shipping. I put some through a CZ455 last week. Took about 15-20 rounds to let the lube do it's thing. Then it got seriously good at 50 yds. Comparable ( almost ) to SK Standard Plus. Good bang for the buck nowdays. I ordered last week at $38 and change per brick from Norma. RWS makes this.

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I ordered a couple boxes of the eco-fragmenting stuff to try too. Very fast and the gelatin test looks nasty. If they get here in time and work in my handguns, I’ll buy some more. Norma warns that some autos might not function with them due to the light bullet. My M63 isn’t fussy….🤔


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It's pretty good stuff. I picked up a couple of bricks of CCI Standard for $38 at my LGS yesterday.


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Originally Posted by bsa1917hunter
That's a really good deal. They are much more expensive at Cabela's and sportsman's and Scheels. About twice that price.

You ain’t lying I picked some up at sportsmans they wanted $9.99 a box of 50, I picked up two boxes. What ended up shooting real well in my kids AR15-22 was the cci standard. The Norma stuff was not the best. I was shooting it at 100yds as well. Maybe I should’ve shot it at 50yds.


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That's a really good deal. They are much more expensive at Cabela's and sportsman's and Scheels. About twice that price.

You ain’t lying I picked some up at sportsmans they wanted $9.99 a box of 50, I picked up two boxes. What ended up shooting real well in my kids AR15-22 was the cci standard. The Norma stuff was not the best. I was shooting it at 100yds as well. Maybe I should’ve shot it at 50yds.

Yeah, that is why I bought a few boxes to just try out in my rifles. I also bought some wolf match stuff as well. Almost bought some CCI standard velocity target ammo too. The local Scheels has a bunch of different types of target ammo, like Eley pistol target, Eley target, eley of some other flavor. I hate buying multiple bricks of something that isn't going to shoot well. Just because everyone else says it does in their rifles, doesn't mean yours is going to like it.. Just something I learned a long time ago. The price is great on this Norma Tac stuff though. Now I just need to get out there and shoot some of my 22's!! ha ha. I really love the rifles that aren't picky. If it shoots the cheap bulk federal hollow points well, I'm pretty happy.. Those work great on jackrabbits, sage rats and ground squirrels..


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I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style.

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I bought 2 boxes at Academy for $7.99/box to try out. It did as good as SK so I bought 4 bricks last time it was on sale with free shipping


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I guess Norma quit making Norma Match. I don't see it listed on their website. Several of my rifles love it.

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I would like to try some Norma Match as well.


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Ditto, but ain’t seen any of late.

Tried some TAC in my 10/22 CSC Tuesday and it did pretty well, and functioned better than the CCI AR (or whatever) stuff. Had some very tight 5-shot clusters at 50 with some gusty wind and a 2-7 scope. Not trying to turn this one into a bench gun, just want reliable function and decent accuracy. If memory serves (!), it’s definitely better in that one than SV, but probably not as good as Club. Definitely excellent ammo for the price.


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Originally Posted by pullit
I would like to try some Norma Match as well.

That is one of my favorites. All of my rifles love it..


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I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style.

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thanks for the heads up, got two bricks, used the 5% off welcome code as well.


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