The .22LR has multiple purposes from the fun aspects of plinking to instructional uses to hunting pests and varmints. It has many benefits from its minimal recoil, relatively quiet report, and affordable price, and as we all know it’s practically addictive to shoot. Once you start shooting your .22LR, you don’t want to stop, so you need to make sure you have a decent supply of ammunition on hand. It helps to feed your gun good-quality rounds; well-made ammunition performs better and is easier on your gun, increasing the lifespan of the gun’s parts. Remington knows that, which is why they make these subsonic rounds for your .22LR.
Yes, these are subsonic rounds, so they’re even quieter than normal. A quiet gun has many uses such as the fact that you can handle pest control or hunt small game like squirrels without the report scaring game off. These are lightweight rounds at 38 grain, but still within the standard range for the .22LR. They’re Hollow Point (HP) rounds and as such will expand on impact while simultaneously slowing down, which helps prevent over-penetration. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun at a muzzle velocity of 1050 feet per second and hits with a muzzle energy of 93 foot-pounds. This ammunition is ideal for target practice, plinking, and pest control.
When you order this single box of ammunition from Remington, you get 500 rounds. That’s enough to spend serious time with your .22LR, whether at the range or out handling pests such as squirrels and crows. Remington was founded in 1816, and over the course of 200 years they’ve grown to become the oldest, largest constantly-operating firearms manufacturer in the United States. They have more than a little experience, and it’s evident in the quality and performance of this ammunition. Production takes place at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Order one box to have some fun with your favorite rifle; order two boxes to have the greatest weekend ever. Either way, order!
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