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500 Round Brick .22 LR Aguila Target Lead Round Nose 40 Grain 1100 fps Great for Plinking Eley Primed 1B222500

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.22 Long Rifle, Aguila Target, 40 Grain Lead Round Nose Bullet, 500 Round Brick.

Non-returnable item.
Standard velocity target ammo.
40 grain solid lead lubricated bullet.
Muzzle velocity: 1100 fps.
Muzzle Energy: 100 ft/lbs.
Stable and consistent Eley primers.
Uses: Target shooting, plinking, small game hunting, pest control.

10 boxes of 50 per 500 Round brick.

Total number of Reviews: 11

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4.0 5
"I have shot this as well as Rifle Match in the black box a lot in a 10/22,541x,CZ 452,and Suhl 150. If you are looking for reasonable accuracy on a budget, this is well worth trying. I would not shoot a Dewar match with this stuff, but it will hold close to MOA with the last of the three above mentioned guns. This ammo is comparable to Wolf,SK or 711B in all of my .22's. There is plenty of better stuff out there,but this is the only thing I've found accurate enough for target practice in this price range."
1.0 5
"I bought a brick from Cheaper than Dirt only 4 out of 7 rounds fired , the reat have indented primer area but did not fire.Bad ammo"
4.0 5
"This stuff is good stuff. The Aguila GE shot flawlessly and pretty darn accurate out of my Ruger Mk III Target. I'll be buying more of this."
5.0 5
"used in a RUGER 10/22 with a tactical solution after market threaded barrel with a sliencer this ammo is the best.. accuracy..how about dime groups at 50 yard.this is better than winchester and rem sub-sonic..also is very very quiet..cornographed at 1080 fps...at 1100 fps a slienced 22 becomes noisey..so this ammo pushes the envelop for use in a slienced 22...16 inch barrel...better than a air rifle..quieter also...shot thousand's of rounds.no misfires..."
4.0 5
"Id give this 5 stars but it does jam occasionally I get sub MOA with my 10/22 at 25 and 50 meters and around an inch at 100for a 22 bullet this rocks"
5.0 5
"I'm on my 5th brick of this Aguila target load.Shooting indoors in 2 different 10/22 , on 30+yo, the other less than 1yo.Runs great in both.As accurate as the best CCI I've used.Every round has gone bang.No FTF either.Ran about 50 rnds through my Ruger 22/45, ran well, no FTF.Will be trying much more shortly in the Ruger 22/45."
4.0 5
"I've been through several bricks and like it. I haven't had any reliability issues but do get some fliers from it. For the price, it's very accurate and doesn't seem quite as dirty as other Aguila ammo."
4.0 5
"I bought ten bricks of this stuff based on the reviews, and as far as I can tell so far, it's good, reliable ammunition. It has that typical Eley primer smell (I had some PMC ammunition, also made in Mexico, that smelled the same way...I kind of like it!), and I don't think it's any dirtier than any other kind of .22LR ammo.BUT...It has essentially turned my S&W Model 41 into a single shot. I've used 1080 ft/sec (or thereabouts...usually called \"standard velocity\") ammo for years...CCI, Remington, Winchester, Federal, PMC (see above)...and none of it has failed to cycle my Model 41, but this stuff just won't do it. It fires and ejects without a problem, but it doesn't drive the slide back far enough to pick up the next round; this is more an annoyance than a problem during the \"slow fire\" stage (where you have 10 minutes to get off 10 rounds), but in \"timed\" and \"rapid\" fire, it's impossible. If I can't find a lighter spring that will work in the Model 41, I have a lifetime supply of ammo for my Winchester 7422!In short, it's accurate and reliable, but be very careful if you plan to use it in an autoloading pistol because it may not be strong enough to work the action."
3.0 5
"I think this ammo is for people with single shots because it just didn't want to cycle quite right in my new 10/22. I shot 100 rounds out of the five hundred round brick and they are just as accurate as anything else that I have tried but already I have had 2 FTFs and approximately 20 jams. I keep the rifle clean and it works perfectly with other ammo so the rifle isn't at fault. Overall this ammo would probably work well in single shot guns but it's definitely not the stuff for my 10/22."
4.0 5
"Weights vary 52.6 to 50.6 but 5 or 6 boxes per brick are 51.4 to 51.6. I think if you weigh it out it groups as good as the Aguila Match Rifle, and is the cleanest ammo I have used."
5.0 5
"This ammo is the very best in my Mossberg 44US rifle. Shoots better than Wolf Match Target (another excellent ammo) in this rifle. Using Peep Sights it groups at 1/2\" or better at 50 yards. Recommend this ammo to anyone with this rifle. As we know .22's can be picky about ammo."