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50 Rounds of .22 LR Ammo by Federal - 40gr CPRN

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Federal Game Shok
Bullet - 40 grain copper plated round nose (CPRN) solid
Casing - Rimfire-primed brass


Manufactured in Minnesota, this Federal 710 Game-Shok .22 LR ammo featured a copper plated round nose design to increase ballistic properties. They are brass cased, rimfire-primed and non-corrosive. These rounds are not reloadable. This ammunition cycles like a dream and is so much fun to plink around with. A great round for beginners to learn with and a blast for experienced shooters who just want to practice or play around.

Shooters can expect quality performance from the copper plated bullets. This Federal Game-Shok 22 Long Rifle ammunition is loaded with a 40 grain Copper Plated LRN bullet. They are is ideal for varmints, predators, small game hunting, target shooting, training, and practice.

Federal Game-Shok loads are capable of producing muzzle velocities that have been observed to travel at speeds of up to 1,240 feet per second. Federal 22 Long Rifle ammo is packaged in boxes of 50 rounds or cases of 5000 rounds.

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