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.22 LR Remington Target 40 Grain LRN 1150 fps 50 Round Box 21022

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Whether you're shooting in competitions or just trying to get the most out of your range sessions, you can't go wrong with these .22 Long Rifle Remington Target rounds with 40 Grain Lead Round Nose Bullets.

No matter what you put in your sights, Remington offers the perfect 22 rimfire ammunition for any occasion. Remington rimfire ammunition delivers the quality you expect. That's because we put the same level of care into making our rimfire ammunition as we do our centerfire ammunition, so you'll get the maximum performance from every shot. Whether it's getting young shooters started, practice plinking, small game hunting or keeping match shooters scoring high, Remington's rimfire quality stands tall. As in our centerfire ammo, we put the maximum level of quality into our .22s so you can get the maximum performance out of them.

Muzzle velocity: 1150 fps
Velocity at 50 yards: 1048 fps
Velocity at 100 yards: 976 fps
Muzzle energy: 117 ft/lbs
Energy at 50 yards: 98 ft/lbs
Energy at 100 yards: 85 ft/lbs
Uses: Plinking, Target Shooting, Small Game

50 Round Box. To buy a full case, order 100 boxes.

Ammo price is per box

Total number of Reviews: 4

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1.0 5
"The dud rate was 8%; fine if you want to use it for ball and dummy practice but unacceptable for any competition. My pistol is a Hammerli 208S."
5.0 5
"Though the previous poster had a negative experiance with the ammo mine was very different. I ran this ammo through my ruger 10/22 and only had two bad bullets in one of to boxes. I fired 100 shot and 98% fired meaning that only two out of 100 didn't. I also enjoyed this ammo because it seemed to be a little more quite than most other brands such as the remington gold bullet and the winchester high velocity superx. I feel this bullet is a good all around bullet and I plan to use it on all my small game hunting."
4.0 5
"I used a brick for a marksmanship course, and loved it. Had probly five or six failures to fire; for the accuracy, I feel its a decent trade off. I wouldnt use it for small-bore comp though. FYI I was using a target 10-22, It seemed to do as well with this as more expensive stuff."
2.0 5
"Loose in the casings, not very accurate. Not high quality ammo. Won't be buying anymore of this."