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SK Std+ at Champion Choice

Post by rodnak on Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:12 pm

Over 3000 boxes in stock yesterday. Now it's 1700. Get yours while you can!

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Re: SK Std+ at Champion Choice

Post by JayhawkNavy02 on Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:07 am

How does this compare to CCI SV?  I know that each pistol can be selective, but I've never shot SK.

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Re: SK Std+ at Champion Choice

Post by SteveT on Sat Oct 11, 2014 9:08 am

SK Std+ is softer than CCI SV. I measure about 50 fps difference between them.

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Re: SK Std+ at Champion Choice

Post by BE Mike on Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:02 am

I've only chrono'd SK Jagd Pistol Match and compared it to CCI SV. The SK Jagd PM was faster than the CCI. I used my Marvel Precision conversion for the tests. On their website SK lists Standard Plus as significantly faster than PM, with PM having a velocity of 285 m/s and Standard Plus having a velocity of 325 m/s. They also say that Standard Plus is a training ammo for pistol and long range rifle. I've had good luck with SK Jagd PM out of my Hammerli 208s and Marvel Precision conversion.

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Re: SK Std+ at Champion Choice

Post by Jack H on Sat Oct 11, 2014 12:04 pm

Chronograph results from some years ago from my then brand new Marvel Precision.
If you compare the velocity of SK, Wolf, and CCI, there is a different velocity between Wolf and SK.  And the CCI velocity is close to the SK, yet CCI cycles fine and SK is weak cycling.
SK 5 shot averages: 
930, 934, 922 weak cycling
CCI 5 shot averages: 
927, 929 lot 1
932, 942 lot 2    Both CCI lots cycle enthusiastically
It is not totally the velocity component that causes weak cycling



In my Marvel, under the conditions that were.
Chronograph placed about 8' forward. Most of them are
two 5 shot strings each.


711 1022fps sd8, 1010fps sd10
900B 958 7, 961 7
UM1 1037 15, 1026 12
Aguila SV 1013 20, 1020 11
T22 1060 5, 1052 6
Rem Tgt* 1033 24, 999 16, 1022 19
Rem Tgt** 1025 18, 1017 11
SK Std Plus 930 sd8, 934 sd10, 922 sd4
Wolf MT 972 26, 980 10, 972 28
Wolf again 981 20
CCI SV^ 927 8, 929 22
CCI SV^^ 932 17, 942 19
Eley P Std 959 12, 962 11 (aqua)
Eley Tgt P 950 10, 944 2 (yellow)
Eley P Xtra 929 18, 931 9 (lt blue)


*Rem Tgt made in Bridgeport
**rem Tgt made in Arkansaw
^CCI C23F08
^^ CCI J06F15


All ammos cycled fine except SK Std Plus. Some SK
would not even clear the extractor and went right back
into the chamber. Strange the Wolf was not very close
to the SK like I did expect.
One misfire with Rem, but it fired after rotating.


All this was with a brand new Marvel. Its first time
out on the Les Baer lower Roddy made for the older
Marvel.






Additional tests in a 41. 5.5" barrel shortened and
crowned from a 7".
Rem* 991 27, 1003 3, 1001 26
SK Std Plus
922, 924, 922, 922, 922, 920, battery went out
then with new battery
902, 909, 928, 933, 917. av 917 sd 12
I had to hand cycle 50% of the SK

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Re: SK Std+ at Champion Choice

Post by rodnak on Mon Oct 13, 2014 10:09 am

I'll count myself as being very lucky I guess. I have NEVER had any reliability issues with SK Std+ in my HS. It's been the best performing ammo at the lowest price point that I've tried in both my HS and Anschutz rifles.

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