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6300 Rounds of .22 LR Ammo by Remington - 36gr HP

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$925.00

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Quantity - 525 rounds per box; 12 boxes per case

Manufacturer - Remington

Bullet - 36 grain hollow-point (HP)

Casing - Rimfire-primed brass

6300 Rounds of .22 LR Ammo by Remington - 36gr HP

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Review by Dave
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I have purchased a couple bricks of this ammo. I have a Browning buckmark that I shoot pretty regularly. I have found that this particular brand doesn't seem to load well and will occasionally misfire. I will have about 1 failure to load with approx. 20 rounds. (about 1-2 per two magazines. I will have about one misfire every 30-40 rounds. I don't have problems with more expensive ammo, but you get what you pay for and these were cheap so it's an aggravation but wouldn't keep me from buying more as I just use it for gross target shooting. (Posted on 1/25/13)
This is very good ammo. Very well pleased.
Review by Undertaker Drive Slow
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We have shot around 500 rounds and have been pleased with each round. I definitly will order some more. (Posted on 11/27/12)
OK Ammo
Review by Nitro
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I would not depend on this ammo for self defence. I believe it has too many fail to fire and fail to feed. Im not trying to sell ammo but for self defence I would use CCI ammo. I have fired untold amounts of CCI with no fail to fire or fail to feed. JMO (Posted on 10/18/12)
wow 6000 and still going
Review by Skulleader
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So far so good with no disappointment. (Posted on 10/7/12)
Decent
Review by Nick
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Bought these for my new Ruger 10/22 Takedown. I have had a few FTF in the first 500 or so rounds, running through my Ruger BX-25 magazine. Don't think I have had any in my Butler Creek mags yet, steel lips of course. Overall, good bang for the buck, literally. (Posted on 8/15/12)
Reliable, but Dirty
Review by CamoWalther
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After shooting off 350 rounds in my Walther P22, I am very impressed that all rounds fired successfully... Unfortunately, after a mere 100 rounds, the barrel started smoking so much that the range safety officer came over to inspect the situation. After seeing the box of ammo I was pulling from, he just nodded and said, 'yeah, that's why..' (Posted on 2/9/12)
Great 22LR
Review by Nick
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I usually get 2 or 3 failure to fire rounds out of a box of 550 rounds. This is acceptable to me and the ammo is as accurate as the more expensive CCI in my opinion. This is my 22LR ammo of choice. (Posted on 1/11/12)
Best for hand gun self defense ?
Review by White Buffalo
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I do have a question about the 36 gr. level of a 22 LR ... would/could this be a better than average load for a hideout gun = to utilize as a self-defense weapon-load or would it be better to have a heavier load ... I have used this particular ammo many-many times for squirrel hunting (I eat them) and correspondingly this gives me an excellent target practice venue under less than ideal (target-range) conditions. (Posted on 10/7/11)
effectiveness of 22LR ammo as survial option
Review by White Buffalo
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I have never had a problem with this ammo and since the 22 LR cartridge may-be my only option as an ammo of choice for self-defense --- with a hand gun and/or a rifle - I would choose this particular brand over all others ... (Posted on 9/28/11)
Failure to fire
Review by werdwerdus
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This ammo is decent but is has a lot of failures to fire due to primer not igniting. About 1/10 to 1/20 won't fire. (Posted on 9/12/11)
Amazing
Review by The_Major
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would buy this over and over again, that is if i run out first (Posted on 8/26/11)
really great ammo
Review by cjgunluver
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this ammo is awesome, i had some jams, but that was mostly because i shot so much of it that it wouldnt feed good. but other that that no misfires and its acurate. overall, i will definitly buy this ammo again (Posted on 5/27/11)
jbhd
Review by dyhj
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awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Posted on 5/20/11)
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Q: I would like to know if this ammo is waxed or heavily oiled, and what is the MV . Also if I can get a discount if I buy more then one order of 6300 ?

Posted On: 2/6/12 By: Steve

A: This ammo has an electroplated brass finish on the bullet, instead of wax or oil. Muzzle velocity is 1280fps. Yes, a discount is automatically applied on orders of more than one case.
Q: What size ammo can would be good for this amount? Thanks,

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: David

A: It would probably be best to use two separate .50 caliber ammo cans for this much .22LR, unless you had access to a 20mm or 37mm ammo can, which would be more than enough for this much ammo.
Q: I would like to know if this is the very best type of ammo to buy for trade/barter purposes, as well as for personal small game hunting. The question relates to when the conomy/dollar is no longer as we know it. Thanks. Alex

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: Alejandro Acosta

A: 22LR ammo will be in demand forever.
Q: I have purchased a box of this ammo in the past. I noticed that, in several of the cartridges, the bullet turns freely in the case - it does not come out and it appears to be seated to the same height as any of the other rounds. I have not fired any of these rounds. Before I do, my question is: are these rounds safe to fire?

Posted On: 10/10/11 By: Scott

A: It would be advisable to fire rounds with "rotating bullets" through bolt action or single shot firearms only, as they may not feed properly in semi-autos. Also, if they have been exposed to moisture, they may fail to fire at a higher rate than other ammo.
Q: If you sight in your .22 rifle at 50 yards with a scope. Is there a formula to calculate the drop at 100yards?

Posted On: 10/10/11 By: Michael

A: Zeroed at 50 yards, a 22LR high velocity bullet will drop approximately 4 inches at 100 yards.
Q: Can these rounds be used for .22 pistols and .22 rifles? Are .22 rounds generally interchangable like that? Thanks

Posted On: 10/8/11 By: Brian

A: Yes. There are many .22LR rifles and pistols, and this ammunition would work well in both. However, it is important to check whether the weapon is chambered for .22LR or some other type of .22 rimfire such as .22 Short or Magnum/WMR. While .22LR (22 Long Rifle) is very common, there are many examples of the other types on the market.
Q: I posted this same query (in a different format) on the comments page for this ammo ... but, maybe to clarify = my question is two-fold.. have there been any formal type tests and/or evaluations of this level of load (36 gr) vs. a heavier load for use as a self-defense weapon-load; also - what about the 22LR as a self-defense weapon = I know the 9mm and/or the 45 can and will do the job quite well but the weapon is heavier often subject to jams (in some situations) and to carry the ammo for reload is often cumbersome ...

Posted On: 10/7/11 By: Doug

A: A comparison for what would make a good self defense load or caliber is what would work to hunt a deer. Both deer and humans are light, thin-skinned animals that weigh ~150-250lbs. Because of shallow penetration and a complete lack of expansion, almost all .22LR ammunition would be a very poor choice for the ethical and quick killing of a deer. It would also be a very poor choice for the immediate incapacitation of a large, violent human attacker. Of course, .22LR ammunition is lethal and has the potential to succeed in both cases, but that potential is quite low.
Q: I am a gun newbie. If I want a good stock of .22 LR, what is the advantage of hollow point?

Posted On: 10/1/11 By: Chris

A: Hollow point ammunition is a little better for hunting small game than standard round nose 22LR. It will offer a little expansion in some cases, which can do more damage and make for cleaner kills.
Q: Have there been any formal tests done with this ammo as a self-defense option ... sure it is easy to know that a 9mm (in a semi-automatic weapon will do the job) - but, what about the 22 as an ammo (weapon) of choice ... just curious .. eh !!!!!!!!

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Doug Bergstrom

A: We are not aware of any formal testing with Remington Golden Bullet .22 LR as a self defense load. .22LR is generally regarded as a poor choice for self defense.
Q: I notice that these are hollow points and I know hollow points are supposed to expand. My question is, How efficient is that expansion in a .22 cal and does it really make much difference?

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Jessica

A: In certain cases, a hollow point may be added to a projectile design for reasons other than expansion. Some projectiles have a hollow point for accuracy or precision purposes. These Remington .22LR HP cartridges may exhibit moderate expansion ranging from .25" to .30" depending on velocity and what the projectile hits.