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|Bullet Weight||38 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1040|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||91|
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First Gun - First Experience by Michael on 10/8/2020
I went with a 22 so I could get ammo at a reasonable price. These bullets did not cycle my Glock G44 and each one jamme...
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Best small game ammo period
This is 1/2 minute ammo out of my Cooper 57M and it is an absolutely outstanding performer on squirrels. I am a still hunter and I really like how quiet the report is in the woods. It doesn’t ruin the silence of the woods like hypersonic ammo.
In short, it’s extremely accurate, great terminal performance and quiet, what more could you ask for.
Bought 1000 rounds, so far so good
I bought these for my "new" calico M100, which is a semi-auto carbine with a 100 round clip. They shoot fine and they usually cycle with no major problems. I've never seen a .22 that NEVER jams or misfires. With these bullets it doesn't seem to happen any more or less than other big-name brands.
When there is nothing else to shoot
Works fine out of the ol heritage. But every round sounds different. 1 out of 30 or maybe 2 in a box need a 2nd hammer strike. But. Its avaliable when nothing else is. So its almost priceless.
Didn't work for me.
These would not feed in my Walther P22 or my Mossberg 702 Plinkster. I tried multiple mags with each with no luck. Most rounds fail to eject, or a new round won't feed without cycling the action. About every 3-4 rounds I get a stovepipe. The bullet is so soft, if you get a double feed, which happens a lot, the projectile and/or the case are so bent, they are unusable.
Would not cycle Glock G44 (.22 cal)
Went thru about a dozen rounds and had to manually eject every round. May work in other guns but supposedly the new Glock will handle everything. The slide is super light. Oh well, lesson learned. They won't take the other 4 boxes back.
Accurate, Reliable, Kinda Quiet
Very accurate and semi subsonic out of my Ruger American Target rifle. I can cover 5 shots with a dime from 50 yards, if I can see it I can hit it and not let every critter in the woods know I’m there.
First Gun - First Experience
I went with a 22 so I could get ammo at a reasonable price. These bullets did not cycle my Glock G44 and each one jammed the action. I cleared the weapon after each fire. I'm sure somebody likes these, but nothing but problems for me. I probably wont buy again.
Great service and the performance is terrific.
I had heard the Eley rounds were some of the best for my Ruger 10/22. I asked if these rounds were useful in my Ruger, wanting a second opinion. Lucky Gunner assured me they were some of the best! I can state they were correct. Thanks guys!
You're reviewing: 22 LR - 38 gr HP - Eley Subsonic - 500 Rounds
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