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Old July 29th, 2013, 05:04 PM   #1
 
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need advice on light primer strikes

I am a newbie in many ways, so always value the advice on this board.
Fired 50 rds of cci 22lr through my bearcat today About 4-5 light primer strikes in the whole box. No more than that. All cartridges ignited after second strike.
Is this typical for 22 lr?
With my LCR 22 I was consistently getting light strikes one to two times every time I loaded the gun (8 rounds) so this seems much better to me.

any thoughts?

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