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22 LR - 36 Grain CPHP - Browning - 1600 Rounds

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Quantity - 400 rounds per box; 4 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Browning
Bullets - 36 grain copper plated hollow point (CPHP)
Casings - Rimfire-primed brass
Manufacturer Browning
Condition New
Bullet Weight 36 Grain
Bullet Type Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP)
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 1,600
Ammo Caliber .22 Long Rifle (LR)
Manufacturer SKU 194122401
Primer Type Rimfire
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1280
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 131
Attracts Magnet No
Use Type
Range Training
Varmint Hunting
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With a 22 LR, you can shoot anything. See a particular target you don’t like? Shoot it with a 22 LR. See a squirrel that’s committing the cardinal sin of being a squirrel? Shoot it with a 22 LR. See a brown bear charging at you? Shoot it with a 22 LR, if that’s all you got, but if that happens we won’t count on your repeat business.

This 22 LR ammunition by Browning is good for shooting anything. Its 36 grain bullet and 1,280 fps muzzle velocity add up to sufficiently cycle a semi-automatic. Those specs also give this cartridge a satisfactorily flat trajectory within the 22 LR’s effective range.

This is a copper-plated bullet. It looks prettier than a plain lead one, and it cuts down on the barrel fouling which gradually costs accuracy. The hollow point bullet won’t do anything special if it hits a tin can, but if it hits something that is (A) small and (B) made out of meat, it will expand to kill that thing even deader.

Browning loads their rimfire-primed ammo in the USA – our favorite country – with consistent brass and powder to ensure consistent performance. A whole case of ammo is better than one box of ammo because the case is much bigger!
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