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|Bullet Weight||36 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1280|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||131|
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I'd put them up against any other 22LR ammo out there.
We have used these, Federal copper coated hollow points and CCI hollow points. For the money and performance, you can't go wrong with these. There isn't a tomato sauce can within 300 feet that is safe from these. Never had a bad one yet. If your gun won't function properly with these.... your gun sucks.
Decent and Cheap Performace - Depending on the Weapon
I had no problems shooting a box of this ammo through both a Colt Umarex 1911 22, and the venerable Buckmark. It is a little dirty, though. While the Buckmark didn't flinch, the Colt required a good cleaning at about the 300 round mark. Concurrent with the Remington box, I was shooting through a box of Wally's Federal bulk ammo. They both performed similarly, though the federal had more FTL's On the other hand, shooting with a CMMG conversion on an AR was a different story. The first two clips were tight and flawless; then the jams and the spraying set in; along with a number of rounds which just sounded weak. At that point I pulled the conversion kit out to clean out the system with some 556's. The conversion bolt and chamber were filthy which probably led to the bad feeds. Also, many of the rounds that failed to feed had deformed or loosed bullets. Not sure if that caused the misfeeds, or the other way around. A little Gun Scubber took care of the residue, but I didn't have time to switch back to 22LR. My gallery requires jacketed rounds. Overall, for the pistols and for the money this can't be beat. I'll just have to make sure I have my cleaning kit with me when using them in the AR.
OK for plinking
Jam Jam Jam in both my older Jennings Semi-automatic handgun and just the same in my New Ruger Rifle....Ammo feels very soft and sticks during eject/re-load. Price wise though its the best.....so its good for plinking but don't depend on it if you ever need to in a pinch if you know what I mean.
Cheap ammo, cheaper quality
Bought thinking Remington HP would be good quality. Experienced same results that TXRangeShooter did. As he mentions, "Jams, stove pipes, misfires, cracked shell casings which blow hot powder on you". NOT Lucky Gunners fault. Lucky Gunner always ships fast and has great deals. Would not recommend this ammo unless you have 2 hours and a whole can of breakfree to clean your gun after each use.
Its a great bullet. I've taken down several wild pigs with it including a 400 pound boar with a 25 yard shot to the head. The only thing I found wrong is dirty gun powder and a few misfires. The misfires are acceptable its bulk ammo and if you oil your gun before and after you shoot it works just fine 10/22 ruger eats through them like skittles.
With my old scoped Marlin the rats and groundhogs on our farm don't stand a chance. And with the bulk ammo, I don't need to worry about the price. Who needs expensive specialty rounds when good, quality .22 HP rounds are so cheap? No FTEs, FTLs in my lever action and only the occasional FTF per box. I'm definitely satisfied for the price. 6300 rounds. Varmints on the farm are about to suffer what we in the military used to classify as "an extinction level event."
Great Value / Performance
Bought these to use in my CMMG AR-15 with a 22lr drop in bolt conversion kit. Almost through the 1st full box of 525, and only one FTF. Better perfmance than any other 22lr I've run, and a HUGE saving over shooting 223 though it. I am 100% satisfied.
A Cant beat value
The performance of each individual cartridge has been very well. I get the occasional jam, but lets face it, who doesn't? Just today I put around two hundred rounds through my buckmark and only had two jams. The ammo does leave a black residue on your hand, and after several mags you will have golden flakes on your hand and weapon. Overall though, these are top notch cartridges. I dare you find any other brand for this price, quality, and quantity. I will be purchasing again when I need to.
Great for practice
Have been using this ammo for practice. Works well with minimal FTF/FTL. Yes, there are some, so I would never consider this for self defense (too small, anyway, imho). But for practice, I can drain through my semi auto with little to no guilt about the $$$!
many blown cartridges and misfires
A good price, but I won't buy this anymore. Works well in a revolver, but terrible in a semi auto. Ruger 22/45 - nope, Ruger Charger? I think not. Jams, stove pipes, misfires, cracked shell casings which blow hot powder on you. Not LuckyGunners' fault.
Works Great & it's a Hollow Point !
I started using this stuff by accident 6 yrs ago (only thing available). Turns out it works great. Been using it in my old (1980's) S & W 422 auto pistol.Then I realized it's HP to! Hey, great at the range & can use for self defense too. Cool :-)
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