50 Rounds of .22 WMR Ammo by CCI - 40gr TMJ

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Quantity - 50 rounds (50 rounds per plastic box)
Manufacturer - CCI (Maxi-Mag)
Bullets - 40 grain Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)
Casings - Rimfire-primed brass


This Maxi Mag ammo from CCI is an excellent rimfire option for small game hunting and target practice. This 22 Win Mag cartridge is equipped with a 40 grain, full metal jacket bullet. It is designed to reduce build-up in your rifle’s muzzle, making it an ideal round for weekend plinking.

Hailing from Lewiston, Idaho, CCI is a well-regarded manufacturer in the shooting industry, especially in rimfire loads like this 22 WMR. They make an excellent product, perfect for your next day in the woods or at the range.

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Posted On: 11/10/2021 By: Robert Hickerson

A: Yes sir, this ammo should function great in a PMR30. For the record, 22 WMR and 22 Magnum are two names for the same exact ammo.

Posted On: 6/2/2021 By: Jeffery Knapp

A: Yes sir! 22 WMR is just another name for 22 Magnum ammunition – they're the same exact thing.

Posted On: 5/9/2021 By: John Day

A: Thanks for reaching out John! The 22 WMR and 22 WRF are two different cartridges. You can in fact fire 22 WRF in a firearm that is chambered for 22 WMR – revolvers and single-shot rifles will work fine, but a magazine-fed 22 WMR firearm will probably not work with 22 WRF. HOWEVER, 22 WMR will not fit in a 22 WRF firearm's chamber, as it is a longer cartridge.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Rick

A: According to Speer, this 22WMR CCI Maxi-Mag TMJ ammo is not likely to expand or deform in a target unless it hits bone or other extremely dense material.

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