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|Bullet Weight||28 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Short|
They perform better than most .22 shorts
Review by BossHogg79
The are great for teaching firearm safety and target practice with inexperienced people. They are loaded pretty hot in my experience with a loader report than other .22 shorts I've used. Fun round to lob in to steel at a distance too. Just a good range bonus. The bullets seem soft and may foul a barrel faster than most .22 ammo. They say non corrosive but a good cleaning in and out is probably a good idea after every shoot as it always is.
(Posted on 10/20/2018)
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Fantastic low power subsonic ammo
Review by Dougdg
It doesn't take much to tip over a small critter. And these bullets are perfect for the job. And they cycle beautifully for an old marlin 60 tube feed magazine. There perfect for bull frogs, as they don't disturb the peace like the hp 22 longs. However this ammunition does have room for improvement, like in a hollow point version of this ammunition.
(Posted on 2/25/2018)
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tried in different guns
Review by Frank
Bought a few bricks and put 30-40 rounds through my new Henry, and they fired just fine accuracy was what you would expect from a gun chambered for multiple cartridges - it was ok. fired in my ruger GP100 revolver and they ran good to -but if it wont fire in a Ruger then it is really scrap. It will not function well in a Walter OSP pistol as you might expect for match ammo, would not fire reliable and i so desperately wanted it to. i might try a different brick to be sure its not the one batch. I put CCI 710fps 22 short quiets through the Walter OSP and they run perfect although i would recommend the Target brand they make for better accuracy.
(Posted on 6/23/2017)
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Great Ammo !!
Review by Blake
Fired over 200 rounds through a Henry H001 lever gun. No misfires, no failure to feed, no failure to eject !!! Will buy more !!
(Posted on 3/1/2017)
4 of 5
Bullet won't fit into cylinder
Review by Bullet larger than Casing
I recently purchased a North American Arms 22 Short. Needed ammo, so I bought these Vostok 22 short bullets. These bullets would not fit into the cylinder of the little revolver. I measured the brass casing and it was .222 to .223. Measuring the bullet itself, the diameter was .225 to .228. These could be dangerous to someone trying to force them into their chamber/cylinder.
(Posted on 2/26/2017)
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