Winchester was founded in 1866 at the height of the Wild West, and their rich history is filled with amazing tales of cowboys and Wild West shows. The renowned company first saw fame thanks to their creation of their lever-action rifle that became known as The Gun That Won the West, and their fame continued thanks to some serious dedication and hard work. Winchester firearms were used by famed figures such as Buffalo Bill Cody and Annie Oakley back in their early days and since then generations of shooters have relied on the company to provide the firearms and ammunition necessary for sport shooting and hunting alike.
If you’re one of the shooters relying on Winchester and you have a firearm chambered in .22 LR, this ammunition is just what you’ve been looking for, and if you’ve never before used Winchester, well, you’re missing out. At 36 grain these are lightweight rounds but they’re within the standard weight range for the cartridge size. They’re CPHP, Copper Plated Hollow Point, rounds and expand on impact. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1280 feet per second and muzzle energy of 131 foot-pounds. This ammunition is ideal for dealing with pest control problems and doing some plinking.
You get 525 rounds in this box of ammunition from Winchester. That’s enough to take care of your property’s pest problems, do some small-game hunting (think rabbits and squirrels), and still have a bit left over for putting holes in a row of pop cans. The .22LR is an incredibly fun round; once you’ve fired one, you don’t want to stop. Winchester manufactures this ammunition with pride in the United States just as they always have. Get your order in today and feed your gun ammunition from a legendary company with a history steeped in the excitement of the Wild West.
Review by Dano65
I shot over 500 rds of another brand of .22LR w/o a single issue, of course I paid over 0.20/rd for it also.
Too bad Win. is not more reliable. What's remaining of my 525 box I'm tempted to just throw away...
(Posted on 10/4/13)
Review by Joelsimpson7
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