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|Bullet Weight||40 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
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All the "outdoor stores" are always out of something I need and lucky gunner always has what I need in stock. Fast shipping and reasonable pricing. Like the fact that if it is listed on the website it is available. Y'all rock! Thanks
Excellent website which I have recommended to several friends
Was fed up of being told 22LR were not available and then found this Super Website which did everything they promised. Ammo arrived in time in perfect condition and thus giving me the opportunity of shooting several rounds.
Good rounds for Ruger 10/22
I enjoy shooting Remington Thunderbolt rounds from my Ruger 10/22. I shoot at 3 inch Birchwood Casey, Shoot-n-C targets from 50 meters/55 yards. 9/10 will place well into the target area with the Remington Thunderbolt cartridges using a 4x32 Nixon Prostaff scope.
Great price and fast delivery
I got tired of running from shop to shop and getting nothing. When I did get lucky to get ammo it was extremely limited. So I got tired and came here. Got everything I wanted at a good price. Two days later it was at my door. I'm grateful I found this site.
Perhaps better for bolt guns than autoloaders
Ran a 50-box of these through my 1974 10/22 (bought used), and had a failure to feed on one round in 20. I looked at the nose of the round, and saw where it had caught on the edge of the chamber and become gouged when it was shoved forward and hung up.
I don't think these are bad rounds, just maybe not ideal for an autoloader. Not enough kick perhaps, or the nose of the bullet isn't smooth enough for a quick cycling auto-bolt. My impression is that in a regular bolt-action gun it would have loaded easily and without snags.
Shooting these with my semi-auto Remington 597, had NO issues what so ever with these rounds. Pleasantly surprised by how well they performed. They are a bit dirty though, and would I guess require more cleaning. Also hand loading in the mag gets you pretty dirty with lead, I would use gloves while loading as to not get covered in this stuff. Shot about 400 rounds of these with not 1 fail so far.
Dirty and FTE
I bought a pack of 50 Remington Thunderbolts for my Walther G22. These rounds were spraying powder and gunk on my arm every time I pulled the trigger. They would also fail to eject every 1 of 3 rounds. I have found that the Federal Spitfire hypervelocity rounds work the best with my rifle. They have plenty of force to push the bolt back to eject/load the next round!
You're reviewing: 22 LR - 40 gr LRN - Remington Thunderbolt- 500 Rounds
Posted On: 11/2/2014 By: John Schindler
Posted On: 9/19/2014 By: sparky
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