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Old 08-11-2019, 5:03 PM
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Talking Excel Arms X-22R

Hey gals/guys!

Does anyone else here have an Excel Arms X-22R? I purchased one and was wondering who else might have one? I have put in about 300 rounds and it seems to be past its "break-in"period because the more I shoot it, the less it jams, lol.

However, I have to say, using different ammo yields different performance results. I have tried Remington, Federal, Aguila, and CCI, and CCI High-Velocity is the best! The worst is Remington; I purchase those $62 1400-round buckets from Walmart and the rifle has a very noticeable degradation in ejecting the spent cases. Aguila and Federal are considerably better!

Here are some pictures of my X-22R!







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