50 Rounds of .22 LR Ammo by Remington - 40gr PRN Golden Bullet

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Remington
Bullet - 40 grain Plated Round Nose (PRN)
Casing - Rimfire-primed brass


Using the right ammunition to teach proper handling skills is crucial if you are to build a solid foundation of firearm understanding and comprehension. Remington’s 40 grain plated round nose 22 long rifle ammo is the perfect round for recreational and novice shooters to further hone and refine their skills without breaking the bank.

This Remington .22 LR 40 grain PRN “Golden Bullet” is the quintessential round for honing and improving your skills, without costing you an arm and a leg in the process. The 40gr copper plated round has one of the highest velocities in its class. At an incredible 1,255 feet per second, you can accurately engage targets out to 100 yards and beyond, and be confident that you have the power to take down any and all varmints on the farm.

The thick copper plated jacket on the Remington .22 LR 40gr PRN Golden Bullet keeps you barrel from prematurely fouling, and allows you to enjoy more time at the range, and less time performing maintenance.

Plinkers, recreational shooters, and competitors alike looking for a high speed, highly accurate, and highly affordable solution to their training needs will find no better round than the Remington .22 LR 40gr PRN Golden Bullet.

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Posted On: 3/5/2020 By: Scott

A: These rounds are packaged both loose and in a brick: Loose in the sense that they're touching one another; In a brick in the sense that they are stacked very neatly together, so they won't be jumbled when you open the box.

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