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500 Round Brick .22 Magnum BVAC JHP 40 Grain 1764 fps BV22M-1N

 
BVAC
BV22M-1N
811984011384
AMM-056
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  • DESCRIPTION
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.22 Magnum, BVAC, 40 Grain Jacketed Hollow Point Bullet, 500 Round Brick.

Years of experience has gone into perfecting Bitterroot Valley Ammunition which is considered to be the best amongst shooters worldwide. Produced using brass cases and top quality components to make this some of the best ammunition at an affordable price! A Shot Above the Rest

Manufactured by BVAC in Montana.

Non-returnable item.
Muzzle velocity: 1764 fps.
Velocity at 50 yards: 1476 fps.
Velocity at 100 yards: 1237 fps.
Muzzle energy: 280 ft/lbs.
Energy at 50 yards: 194 ft/lbs.
Energy at 100 yards: 136 ft/lbs.
Maximum Point Blank Range is 123 yards with zero set at 105 yards.
Uses: Varmint and small game hunting.

 
Total number of Reviews: 17

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5.0 5
"I was in the market for 22magnum shells, because I had just purchased a new Henries Goldenboy 22magnum rifle. In my travels all I found was the usual lead or copper plated lead bullets. I wanted something with a little more damage factor, I just happened to stumble on three boxes of this great little jacketed shell,at a great price. One box went to the range,the other two boxes went hunting rabbits. To me there can be no comparison lead versus jacketed when hunting."
5.0 5
"This ammo shot fine out of my Ruger Single-Six, at least as accurate as the CCI I have been shooting and seemed to be cleaner."
4.0 5
"A 10 round string through the chronograph averaged 1930FPS with an extreme spread of 38. Accuracy through my H&K 300 semi-auto at 100 yards was acceptable at an inch and an eighth."
5.0 5
"The BVAC 22 mag ammo is very good ammo. I use it in my single action revolver and I love it. Low smoke, nice little recoil pop and JHPs do a nice job on the squirrels and mice around my property! Great price for a great product. I feel the same way about all the BVAC calibers I have tried."
5.0 5
"I ordered 500 rounds of this ammo and was very happy to find that it feeds, fires and ejects in my AMT AutoMag. My new Marlin rifle like this round too. I wish the HP was a little deeper but still a great ammo for the money."
4.0 5
"I ordered 500 rounds of these. They jammed in my Automag about 10% of the time. Worked fine and very accurate in My Ruger bolt action. No worries. I will try them in the new KelTec 30 shot pistol. Hopefully they will work in that gun."
5.0 5
"The best .22 Mag on the market. Better group than CCI. Larger mushroom than CCI."
1.0 5
"Ok for shooting cans, but I had to clean my Ruger Single Six cylinder constantly so I could get the shells to seat. Out of a brick there were several cracked cases and once a rupture at the rim that jammed my revolver."
5.0 5
"I have searched high and low and this is the best deal on 22 WMR I could find. About 500 rounds through my Winchester 96/22 and no fail to fires. Shoots straight. This is the best plinker in 22 mag."
3.0 5
"I recently wrote a glowing review of BVAC 22 Mag 40 Gr. 1900 fps ammo. This Item has changed since I bought mine. My BVAC is marked \"40 Gr, 1900 fps, and Made in the USA.\" The item now sold under the same name is manufactured by Armscor in The Philippines. This new ammo is also 42 Gr and 1775 fps. This is not the same ammo I gave a five bullet rating!"
3.0 5
"I order 2 bricks. I will be wasting a lot of time on cleaning just trying to get rid of these. A little dirty, a couple FTF, reload and it might fire, not as hot as expected. 1 brick is ok but it\uFFFDs hard to burn up 2 bricks when they jam/don\uFFFDt fire. 22mag pistol, revolver, CZ bolt rifle. mostly unhappy with power i.e. little weak."
5.0 5
"I was pleasently suprised on how good this ammo is. Very nice bullets, clean and fast. What more can you ask for . How about a good price for a brick. Well this buy was exactly that. It was a very good price for 22WMR. It works very well in the PMR-30. i would recomend this to anyone who wants to buy bulk of 22WMR. Expecially when you shoot a PMR-30. It eats bullets. Good job CTD on making this available."
5.0 5
"Received the .22 WMR ammo today . Looks good and I am sure it will perform well. I get a kick out of ratings that complain about their ammo. Not accurate, dirty and duds. I have used this ammo in .308 ,44 and 45 and it out performs it's price. As far as I am concerned this is the best ammo for the money bar none. MADE IN THE USA! If you want accuracy then reload."
1.0 5
"Bought one brick a couple of months ago because I have had good experience their .380 ACP and their reloaded 9mm lugers. Not the same with .22 WMR. Have used maybe four boxes. Had several duds, but the clincher is that 2 of them blew out where the rims go against the barrel when fired. Good thing I had my goggles on. I would return them but the shipping costs don't make it worth while."
5.0 5
"Just went through my first brick and the ammo was perfect. My CZ loves this ammo and at this price, I can let her eat them."
4.0 5
"Hey, when it comes to cheap shooting, this is the stuff. The ammo IS a bit dirty but it all goes BOOM. I had no more misfires. I went through about 500 rounds so far and no problems. I would buy this ammo again because of its price. The only reason I gave this a 4 bullet review is because it is very dirty. I was happy with the grouping I got from a revolver, a Ruger to be exact. A 14:1 ratio. This is the first .22 Mag I have owned and I am impressed with its general overall power. BVAC rocks. What works well is a spray can of lube to rinse away the carbon, which helps in avoiding field cleaning while on the range."
1.0 5
"Fired about four boxes in my PMR 30. The back end of the cases kept blowing out. Also, stove piped several rounds, bent others, and failed to feed multiple times per magazine. The rounds blowing really irritated me as it caused me minor powder burns and several minutes trying to pull the shattered case out of the barrel. Don't trust your life on it."