ARMSCOR Small Arms Ammunition line is one of the largest and most comprehensive in Southeast Asia. The Company offers a wide selection of competitively priced ammunition and components with sales spread throughout the world.
ARMSCOR, an ISO 9001 Certified Company, complies with the SAAMI, CIP and other military or customer desired standards or requirements.
ARMSCOR cartridges and components are widely used by the police, military, gun hobbyist, combat shooters and other shooting enthusiast due to its high quality, precise and dependable performance.
|Bullet Weight||36 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||No|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||No|
|Cost Per Round||4.8¢ to 5.0¢ per round|
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- Do not use in Beretta neos u22 Review by duke
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- Best bang for my buck! Review by McDian
Out of the over 15,000 rounds I have fired I have only had 2 FTF's and both fired the second time through, although I did have 1 round that was defective in that the case was split and corroded. Other than that I have never seen this kind of reliability out of any other manufacture except CCI. (Posted on 4/17/12)
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- These are a good all around buy! Review by Rooster
When I first got my order in, I immediately used up several boxes in my new Henry .22 lever action rifle truing in the scope and getting used to the rifle. They were excellent at ranges up to 100 yds., but then outside that range the grouping seemed to be a little loose.
I still thought the rounds were a good buy and was pleased with my purchase.
Then about 3 weeks after I received the rounds, I heard a fuss around my chicken pens (* raise Bantam chickens), so I grabbed the first rifle I came to, which happened to be the Henry. I made it out the back door just in time to see a fox with one of my hens in his mouth running across a field behing my home. I scoped him in at about what I thought was 85 to 90 yds and squeezed off a round. It stopped the fox dead in his tracks and when he fell, the hen ran back towards the hen house, hurt but not to badly.
When I examined the fox carcus, the round was an exact round through the heart, where I had tried to place it. The yardage? 134 yds! The rounds in the rifle, the Armscor Percision .22 LR! I am sold on this round as cheap enough for a plicker, but accurate enough for taking down vermin up to 134 yds. for sure! (Posted on 5/12/10)