The .22LR is an addictive round; once you start, you never want to stop. The round has a quiet report, almost no felt recoil whatsoever, and is affordable; what more could you ask for from a gun? Well, it’s versatile, too. You can use your .22LR-chambered firearm to teach new shooters the ropes of the gun world or to go plinking, handle pest control such as squirrels and crows, or to work on improving your own marksmanship. Whatever you use it for, the .22LR is a fantastic caliber of gun, and you’re going to need a big box of ammo.
These .22LR rounds are lightweight at just 40 grain, but that weight is also within what is considered the standard weight range for the cartridge size. Lighter weights mean greater speed, and these rounds are going to get where they’re going fast. These are Lead Round Nose, and although the lead may deform somewhat upon impact they shouldn’t be mistaken for expanding rounds. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1255 feet per second and muzzle energy of 140 foot-pounds. This ammunition is designed for target practice and plinking.
There are 500 target rounds in this box of ammo from Winchester. Of course, if you think that’s an amount that’s going to last for a long time, you’re in for a bit of a surprise; you’re going to burn through this entire box in no time (so order two). Winchester was founded in 1866 and has spent 150 years fine-tuning the production process, so it’s no wonder they have a reputation for reliable, high-quality ammunition. All ammunition is manufactured with pride in America. If you want to keep your gun loaded with good quality, American-made ammunition from a legendary company, you want Winchester.
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