Bought this fire-breather about 2 years ago w/ the extra 9mm barrel. The .22 TCM can push the little 40-45 gr. jacketed bullets up to around 2000 fps with very little recoil, but a .44mag type muzzle flash. It is super accurate to 50 yards with the open sights in my testing, with claims of excellent accuracy to 100 yards with optics. It's really fun to shoot and the JB's made by TCM are cheap. But I want to start experimenting with some cast bullets and wonder if anyone has had any experience with it. I used to frequent the .22 TCM forum, but no one uses CBs that I can find. Rifles in this caliber are said to give good accuracy out to 150 yards before the light bullets fade.
David Reiss - NRA Life Member & PSC Range Member Retired Police Firearms Instructor/Armorer
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