The .22LR is a versatile cartridge. All too many gun aficionados think of it as a small, powerless round, but the truth is it has a variety of uses and is a caliber of weapon every gun owner should have. Its most obvious use is for teaching new shooters, especially children, thanks to its extremely minimal recoil and quiet report. With the .22LR you can teach a new shooter the ropes without worrying about them being overwhelmed or having issues controlling the gun. But it’s useful for more than that: the .22LR is great for pest and varmint control, hunting small game such as rabbits and squirrels, and it’s an affordable way to spend some fun trigger time.
Of course, if you want to do all that and more with your .22LR you’re going to need a really big case of ammunition. You don’t want it to be just any ammunition, either; one thing high-volume shooters understand is the importance of feeding guns quality target rounds because your gun is significantly impacted by what you feed it. Well-made, non-corrosive rounds won’t cause excessive friction to your gun’s barrel and also are far less likely to cause damaging failures. With that in mind you should take a look at these top-of-the-line Winchester rounds.
These .22LR rounds are a lightweight 36 grain so they’re going to fly down-range with fantastic speed. They’re CPHP – Copper-Plated Hollow Point – rounds, so they expand on impact while simultaneously decelerating. The expansion creates a wound track and the slowing prevents over-penetration which protects innocent bystanders. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1280 feet per second and muzzle energy of 131 foot-pounds. This ammunition is great for varmint control, small-game hunting, and plinking. There are 5250 rounds in this case, which is pretty awesome. Get your hands on these high-quality, made-in-America rounds before someone else beats you to it.
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