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Ammo .22 Magnum Winchester Varmint High Energy 34 Grain JHP Bullet 2120 fps 50 Round Box S22WM

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The new Winchester .22 Magnum Varmint High Energy employs a 34 grain jacketed hollow point and provides deep penetration, maximum shock, and efficient kills of small game and varmints. With this load, Winchester achieves a muzzle velocity of 2120 feet per second.

Muzzle Velocity: 2120 fps
Velocity at 100 yards: 1435 fps
Uses: Varmint, Small Game

50 rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Ammo price is per box.

Total number of Reviews: 8

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5.0 5
"Outstanding round for larger critters. It is my understanding the bullet is made by Speer from their \"Gold-Dot\" line. I do know that if you hit a coyote with one, the bullet enters, explodes, and the critter falls over. Plus no exit wound to ruin the pelt. My Ruger 77/22Mag shoots about an inch at 100yds. Plenty accurate."
5.0 5
"I've been hunting exclusively with my Taurus .22 Magnumm revolver for 10 years now and when I hunt with it I only feed it with the 34 grain supremes. My experiences with this bullet have all been superb. Everything from squirrels to moose ,can be taken with it ,under the right conditions.Personally my kill list includes turkey,coyote,snowshoe hares,cotton tails,squirrel,pheasants,grouse,and grounhogs.On my wish list is a Maine whitetail buck, blackbear,and a moose in Vermont, Maine and Vermont allow .22 magnums for big game.I have done penetration tests with the supreme,that remove all doubt. Why a gun writer would say the .22 Mag is outdated and I should be using a .17 is crap .THERE IS NO COMPARISON PERIOD......"
5.0 5
"I own a Marlin model 883. The marlin groups better with this round than with any other. Mine is bone stock and will group within a quarter at 80 yards..not bad for a $200 gun."
5.0 5
"I have an ammo-picky Marlin 982, and finally tried these rounds. Great accuracy, and explosive results! 50 yds = 3 overlapping holes. 100 yds = about an inch. Shot at oranges: chunks of orange flying 50+ feet in the air! Lined up 2 oranges, and the second one was untouched! All of the explosive energy was used up in the first orange. Can't wait to buy more of this stuff!"
5.0 5
"I usually use CCI rounds after the experience with the lower end Winchesters and have had a lot of luck. However, I was at the range the other day to sight in my 90 series Savage .22mag and it literally took 5 minutes to zero it in at 25 yards. On top of that, i was putting rounds through the same hole. Great at longer ranges too. Can't wait to use them in the field."
5.0 5
"Only a fool would use a .22 Magnum for anything larger than a coyote. Nonetheless, I have a H&K Model 300 and this ammo reigns supreme for both accuracy and stopping power!"
5.0 5
"I bought 150 rounds of this ammo to try out coyote and small game hunting. I have killed squrrils and rabbits with this so far and was doing head shots out to 80 yards. I haven't got to use it for coyotes yet but I am going to try it as these are cheaper than 223 or 25-06 ammo."
3.0 5
"This stuff is some of the fastest .22 magnum ammo to shoot. As such, not very consistent on paper from a bolt action rifle. Delivered 2\" groups @ 50yds. Many other manufacturers produce cheaper, more consistent ammunition for less money. Maybe a perfect round for an autoloader used for chasing down varmints, if you can remember there's nothing wrong with your rifle. There's just something wrong with what you put in it."