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    I wonder what's so special about their super secret squirrel 22 manufacturing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    I wonder what's so special about their super secret squirrel 22 manufacturing.
    Their machines are so old, it’s the only way to make it cost effective?

    Or, it’s run by the gold breathing aliens, not the greys. Cosmic repercussions if revealed...

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    average employee stays 15 years, I'm thinking they have pretty good benefit package

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    I wonder what's so special about their super secret squirrel 22 manufacturing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    I wonder what's so special about their super secret squirrel 22 manufacturing.
    I would guess somehow they have found a way to make their top line.22 extremely consistent. This would be difficult to do considering how little powder they use in each round as well as identical weight projectiles and brass cases. I would like to see how that is done.

    Selling for around $112.00/500 Canadian it better be consistent.

    Lapua makes all their .22 on the same machines, tests each batch and then markets the most accurate as their top line target ammo.

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