50 Rounds of .22 Short Ammo by Aguila - 29gr CPRN

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Ammo Overview

Manufacturer - Aguila
Bullets - 29 grain Copper Plated Round Nose
Casings - Rimfire primed brass
Quantity - 50 rounds

Details

These .22 Shorts are great for low-noise pest control or target practice with bolt-action rifles. Aguila, a Mexican manufacturer, makes these rounds using the famous Eley priming method which results in more reliable ignition with clean, complete powder consumption. Each rimfire cartridge is topped with a copper-washed, 29 grain projectile which leaves very little residue behind in your firearm for long-term accuracy.

The .22 caliber projectile profile has an enlarged, ribbed bourrelet which boasts increased rifling contact for improved stability and accuracy downrange. With a muzzle velocity of 1,095 feet-per-second, these subsonic rounds are great for suppressed use. Aguila has a great reputation for quality and possesses experience dating back to 1961. Their products are known for consistent performance, high grade components, and affordable prices.

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Posted On: 10/12/2021 By: Ron

A: No sir, I wouldn't trust a 22 LRsemi-auto handgun to run this ammo. The 22 Short's shorter length would almost certainly cause failures to feed, and its lightweight bullet and subsonic muzzle velocity would likewise fail to cycle the firearm. 22 LR bolt-action rifles can handle 22 Short ammo without issue, however, as can revolvers.

Posted On: 7/11/2021 By: jd

A: Yes sir, absolutely! That's a very nice perk to the 22 LR revolver, that it can fire 22 Short as well.

Posted On: 11/25/2016 By: MARV KRAUSE

A: Hello Marv, Aguila lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 1095 fps.

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