5000 Rounds of .22 LR Ammo by Remington - 40gr LRN

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Quantity - 5,000 rounds (500 rounds per box, 10 boxes per case)
Manufacturer - Remington
Bullets - 40 grain lead round nose (LRN)
Casings - Rimfire-primed brass


The 22 LR is one of the most popular cartridges in the United States. Its low recoil and minimized sound makes 22 LR a great option for varmint hunting, plinking at the range, and introducing young shooters to firearms with a lighter, easier cartridge.

The Thunderbolt is Reminton's most popular 22 LR cartridge. With its lead nose round tip, this new manufactured ammunition is popular with customers for range training and plinking. These 40 grain rounds will cycle through semi-automatics easily, and have a velocity of 1255 feet per second. This product is a case of 5,000 rounds, with 10 bricks of 500 rounds.

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Posted On: 12/3/2020 By: David.Fischer

A: Hello David! At this very moment we are only offering 22 LR ammo in 50 round boxes. You can see what we currently have in stock here: bulkammo.com/rimfire/bulk-.22-lr-ammo

Posted On: 10/10/2019 By: Bob semrad

A: Hi Bob. Thanks for looking to BulkAmmo.com for your .22 lr ammo. That particular deal is for 10 each of the 500 round boxes for a total of 5000 rounds. That makes the Thunderbolts a great round at a great price. Let me know if I can get you a case on the way today. Have a great day Bob.

Posted On: 5/24/2019 By: Austin Jones

A: Hi Austin. The Remington Thunderbolts .22 ammo has a muzzle velocity of 1255 FPS which generates a muzzle energy of 140 ft-lbs.

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