50 Rounds of .22 WMR Ammo by CCI - 30gr JHP

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Quantity - 50 rounds
Manufacturer - CCI (Maxi-Mag)
Bullets - 30 grain jacketed hollow-point (JHP)
Casings - Rimfire-primed brass


The best things always come at twice the speed of sound. Like CCI Maxi-Mags in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, which boast an impressive muzzle velocity of 2200 feet per second. The 30-grain jacketed hollow point bullet offers strong ballistic performance and expansion, enabling it to take on a variety of pesky targets such as squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits requiring precise accuracy to hit at extended ranges. Furthermore, the small bullet, despite its lethality, will not annihilate the target as a centerfire round might, preserving meat for those who like to eat small game. CCI Maxi-Mags come in CCI's familiar plastic box for maximum protection, with 50 rounds in each box.

Widely recognized for excellence in rimfire production, CCI has loaded ammunition for over fifty years at its headquarters and production plant in Lewiston, Idaho. The company produces a number of highly popular rimfire loads for small game hunters in particular including TNT, Maxi-Mags, and Quick-Shock segmented hollow points. A sister company of renowned bullet manufacturer Speer, CCI also markets centerfire pistol ammo and primers for ammo loaders.

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Posted On: 5/27/2019 By: randy

A: My friend, I am no math major either, but I know where to look for the proper formula. Its rather complicated but is Energy = Bullet Weight x Velocity^2 / 450,437. Meaning that the bullet energy (in foot-pounds) is equal to the bullet weight (in grains) times the square of the bullet velocity (in feet per minute) divided by 450,437. In the case of this bullet, approximately 322 ft/lbs at I would say roughly 7-10 feet. There are a great many factors to consider, barrel length, ambient temperature, humidity, elevation. All of these environmental factors will affect that energy number as well as the velocity. This is typically accounted for with a +/- 10% variation across a given sample size.

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