When you’ve got a 5,000-round case of Winchester 22 LR, you’ll be able to do what you love all day long. The round’s 40 grain lead round nose is bar none the simplest kind of bullet you could choose for target shooting. It’s an economical little bullet thanks to its absence of copper plating, and its lack of a nose cavity doesn’t mean it can’t layout a squirrel like no one’s business.
This high-velocity cartridge should give your semi-auto the juice it needs in order to cycle, not to mention deliver a flat bullet trajectory. It’s loaded with clean-burning propellant, brass cases and noncorrosive rimfire primers. It’s pretty much the same stuff as Winchester’s Wildcat series ammo, just with different packaging.
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