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

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$925.00
4.5

13 Review(s)

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Bullet Type – 36gr HP
Quantity - 6300 Rounds
Manufacturer - Remington
Origin - Lonoke, Arkansas
Casing - Rimfire-primed brass

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This .22 LR ammunition from Remington comes in a huge bulk priced 6300 round case (12 boxes of 525 rounds each) that makes the already-inexpensive .22 LR even more affordable. You'll really have to work at using up this much ammo!

Each cartridge fires a 36 grain brass plated hollow point bullet suitable for both target shooting and varmint hunting.

Remington Golden Bullets are manufactured in Lonoke, Arkansas using rimfire-primed brass cases. These are the new and improved version designed to provide better reliability and accuracy.

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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.

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.

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

A: 22LR ammo will be in demand forever.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Posted On: 9/27/11 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.

Posted On: 9/27/11 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.

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