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    I ran out of 22 blanks but I have some yellow RRT loads any one use them in there pistol ? Is this ok?
    I have not done it yet I'm a bit of a chicken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel907 View Post
    I ran out of 22 blanks but I have some yellow RRT loads any one use them in there pistol ? Is this ok?
    I have not done it yet I'm a bit of a chicken
    They are fine in a pistol. Loud too.

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    I've used red, yellow, and green.
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    I purchase mine at Menards in the power tool section. Half the price and the same as the ones you would buy at a sporting goods store. Work fine in a launcher as well as a training pistol. I use the yellow ones.
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    Lowe's and Home Depot sale the loads for ram set. Basically .22 blanks. I've been using those for years.
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    Thanks I used a 410 yesterday with three dogs you can brake the bank with that.
    And I really don't like using live loads traning.

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    Depending on how much training you do, you can check out e-bay and buy the reamset in bulk
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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprat II View Post
    Lowe's and Home Depot sale the loads for ram set. Basically .22 blanks. I've been using those for years.
    +1 on the Ram set
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    Sounds to me like a trip to Home Depot is in store soon...

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    Please specify what pistol you are using?? Regular .22 starter pistol, yes they would be ok. But in a .22 crimp pistol no, the shells are too long. My Precission shoots crimps only. Thats the cheapo one lol
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