Following the previously established test protocol, I used a Ruger 10/22 as the test rifle and all shots were taken at a range of 25 yards.
I had a little problem with the chronograph catching the velocity of all test shots due to the angle of the sun. I ended up taking ten test shots to capture baseline velocity and all shots settled into a group of just less than .7 inches. I usually only shoot five shots for the group. This load appears to be sufficiently accurate for small game hunting.
After swapping the Clear Ballistics gel block for the target, I ran four test shots into the 6"x6"x16" clear gel. The high-speed camera captured four very impressive temporary expansion cavities. Even though two of our four test shots exited the gel block and were not recovered, it certainly appears that all four expanded uniformly across a narrow band of velocities between 1297 and 1317 feet per second.
My Thoughts on this Test
High velocity with controlled expansion and deep penetration are all great things to find in a small game hunting load. The accuracy of this load in my 10/22 was also "good enough" for the intended purpose. It may not deliver tack driving accuracy, but it will most assuredly ruin a rabbit or squirrel's day.
Brick-Worthy This is certainly a small game hunting load to buy by the brick. It delivers exceptional down range energy and uniform expansion. A video recap of the test is included below.
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