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500 Round Brick .22 LR Winchester Wildcat RN 40 Grain Wildcat Lead High Velocity 1255 fps WW22LR

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Winchester USA Brand is manufactured with premium components, super quality which all the other manufacturers try to achieve, best powders, smooth brass, sure fire primers, and standard by which others are compared. Winchester USA .22 Long Rifle Wildcat lead, round nose bullet, promotional ammo, brass case, 500 round brick with 10 boxes of 50 rounds. We are selling this ammo by the 500 round brick. We sell a full case of 10 bricks at a discount.
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3.0 5
"It works with my High Standard Sportking and was recommended to by Kimber Techs to use in their 22LR pistol over the high priced (sic - spread) LR at greater than 10 buck a box of 50.It has missed fired about 1 or 2 per 100, not great but acceptable and much better than any Remington ammo I have used!! Better than milk-box ammo on mis-fires!"
1.0 5
"It's embarrassing to domestic manufacturing that this stuff is \"Made in the USA\". Seriously, this is without a doubt the worst ammo I've shot.I bought a 500 pack of this stuff for my Kimber 22 LR 1911 conversion kit and was scared I was going to have to get it serviced. Shooting 200 rounds in 10 shot magazines I saw failure rates of between 2-7 rounds per clip.Stovepiping, yawing, and most commonly failure to cycle. I went back and shot some CCI tonight, without cleaning or anything, and was glad to find out that my Kimber conversion kit was fine. I only had 2 failures out of 100 with the CCI. Winchester Wildcat on the other hand is a steaming pile of fail. I even shot some more to compare, failure to cycle came right back with the Wildcats."