.22 hyper in semi-autos
I liked Yellow Jackets from the day they came out. I used them exclusively in my marlin 60 for several years. They were louder, had a little kick, and knocked a squirrel off the tree, he didn't just fall down. Well, I learned my lesson when my 60 quit working when I was shooting a racoon on my barn roof. I took it apart and the plastic recoil buffer was in pieces all over inside my gun. I bought a new recoil buffer fron Brownell's but it was the same plastic. No, I would stick to standard velocity .22's. And changing the recoil spring in a 60 is darn near impossible, so that's out of the question for me.
Last edited by buckhorn; June 15, 2012 at 12:52 PM.