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500 Round Brick .22 Long Remington HP 38 Grain SubSonic HP Lead SUB22HP

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.22 Long Remington Subsonic, 38 Grain Hollow Point Lead Bullet. 500 Round Brick.

Prairie dogs. Tin cans. Or a bulls eye. 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. Thats because we put the same level of care into making our rimfire ammunition as we do our centerfire ammunition, so youll 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.

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Muzzle velocity: 1050 fps.
Velocity at 50 yards: 965 fps.
Velocity at 100 yards: 901 fps.
Muzzle energy: 93 ft/lbs.
Energy at 50 yards: 79 ft/lbs.
Energy at 100 yards: 69 ft/lbs.
Uses: Plinking, Target Shooting, Small Game, Varmits.

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Total number of Reviews: 11

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5.0 5
"This stuff works really good. It is relatively quiet and accurate at about twenty-five yards. The great part is that it cycles my Marlin 60 almost every time. Only if my bolt gets exceptionally dirty after a lot of shooting does it fail. I like it, good stuff."
4.0 5
"I have used this ammo in three different .22 rifles (bolt action, lever action, semi-auto) over the past several years. I get very good groups to 50 yards when shooting from a rest with my scoped Marlin 39A. My home range only goes to 50 yards.I like it because it is subsonic and with the low noise neighbors are not as jumpy when I am having target practice. My only concern is that I am getting more and more misfires. This is happening in all three rifles. My Remington 512 has probably had 100,000 rounds fired in it since I got it in 1964, and I do not ever recall a misfire until a few years ago using this ammo. However, before moving to an area with more people I always used high velocity ammo such as the Remington golden bullets, Super-X, and CCI. My Marlin has had less than 5000 rounds fired in it, and I have a 10/22 that has had several thousand rounds fired in it, but has never misfired with any other ammo. By the way this ammo works just fine in the 10/22 when it does not misfire.I am probably averaging 2-3 misfires per 100 rounds. About half the time the misfired round will fire if it is rotated so the firing pin hits a different spot. Since I am having this problem in all three rifles I do not think it is a firearm problem. The misfires are the reason I have not given this ammo a top rating.Also, just wondering? Has anyone else had misfire problems with this ammo?"
3.0 5
"This ammo from Remington is \"OK\" but nothing more IMO (and others). It has a loud-ish \"pop\" compared to other sub-sonic ammo on the market. It'll work, but there is better here at CTD."
5.0 5
"I have used over 1000 rounds of this in my Beretta U22 7.5 Deluxe Semi-Auto. Have never had a misfire it always fully cycles and is the most accurate ammo I have used in this Pistol.Able to shoot 10 rounds in the diameter of a quarter at 25'"
5.0 5
"Amazing ammo!!! Shooting with my Ruger MKII Bull Barrel, was shooting leftover plastic easter eggs at 25 yards...offhand. cycled some rounds through my wife's Wather P22 and got some pretty impressive groups offhand at 15 feet. this particular Walther P22 disliked and jammed on the high velocity ammo but loved the sub-sonic ammo. easily kept the group inside a 3\" target at the 15 foot range with the walther P22."
1.0 5
"Shooting out of brand new Ruger Charger . Had at least 2 jam's per clip.Switched to remmington gold ,no jam.s back to sub's and jam's again.Buyer be aware."
5.0 5
"Remington is the KING when it comes to Subsonic ammo. Very consistant, clean burning, accurate, reliable, and it will cycle any semi-auto. I have tried ALL of the subsonic .22 brands, and none of the others even come close to Remington. Trust me on this....14,700 subsonc rounds fired makes me a subsonic connoisseur.By the way, if you are curious, Aguila subsonic is the worst I have found. If you shoot a semi auto rifle, make sure the advertised fps is AT LEAST 1000 fps or you will have cycling problems. Remington is 1050 fps. You can expect 2 duds out of 100 Remington subsonics, which is typical of all the top subsonic name brands. You are lucky if half of the Aguila fire."
4.0 5
"This is the best round I've ever hunted with in my CZ 452! It delivers enough punch and is quiet enough that the squirrels and other critters keep playin'.I've killed about five groundhogs and countless squirrels with this stuff. My CZ 452 2E ZKM loves this ammo!"
5.0 5
"I got a Remington 597 yesterday and i have not had jam yet, but I did have one misfire using this ammo. Overall this ammo packs a punch on small critters. This ammo is kind of loud for subsonic (i like this ammo )."
5.0 5
"I have shot this stuff for years. It is the BEST subsonic ammo I have used in semi auto guns. This is the only subsonic that gives 100% cycling in my well used silenced class 3 Ruger 10/22, mark II, and Walther P22. Other subsonic loads are just as quiet but will not always function the actions of my semi autos. Nice expanding bullet too. You will only hear \"action noise\" with a Tac65, outback II or Pilot. Amazingly quiet in a suppressed bolt gun and very decent accuracy also. Highly recommended!"
5.0 5
"I shoot this through a Ruger 10/22 with a Tac65 Suppressor. I'd give it a 99% reliability and it cycles through my rifle with no problems. LOVE IT!!! Firing it with the Tac65, the sound of the bolt slamming back was louder than the gunshot. Installed a Yellowjacket bolt buffer and now the sound of the bolt slamming forward is the loudest part. Remington Subsonics are the only way to go if you're using a suppressor."