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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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Affordable and reliable range ammo.
I have [saw 317, taurus tx22, Browing1911 .22lr] , Kel-tec p17. I had experience a Bove 20,000 shooting with my handguns. I recommend Remington thunder bolt .22lr for prices, performance and quality.
Shoots well in my revolver.
I purchased a Smith & Wesson 43C 8-round j-frame revolver which I discovered, to my surprise, to be ammunition sensitive. Some rimfire rounds deform such that the cylinder jams after 3-4 fired rounds. The Remington Golden Bullet solves this problem and allows me to practice without the frustration of jams. If you shoot .22LR in a revolver, you might like this brand more than some others. Lucky Gunner made the purchase process easy and delivery was fast.
good all around ammo
Have been running these Remington hollow points for many years mainly spatsies, nuisance black birds, and starlings...They have been accurate, no failures in Colt heavy barrel, 1973 Ruger, Anschutz, and Nylon 66...Have bought for accuracy, safety as in they don't ricochet, fairly easy to source..
Decent but dirty
Ran it through my Marlin Model 60 and it ran better than the Federal automatch. Less FTE and FTF but it is dirty ammo. Had a few hangups after 135 rounds. I clean my gun after every range time and it looked like I shot at least 400 rounds when I only shot 200. If you don't clean your gun after every range time you will get problems and your barrel will get a lot of fowling. But good cheap ammo if you're a college student.
Perfect for high volume practice
With the exception of one misshapen bullet, I've 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 Federal bulk ammo. They both performed similarly, though the federal had more FTL's. My gallery requires jacketed rounds. For the money this can't be beat. I'm glad I purchased 6300 rounds.
Good 22 ammo for the money
This ammo functions well through a Ruger 10/22 with factory mags. This stuff is cheap and shoots as accurately as can be expected. For cheap plinking ammo, this stuff is the best. However after several hundred rounds it fouls the gun and needs some cleaning.
Great Budget Ammo
I have fired several boxes of this ammo through everything from .22 rifles and pistols to several .22 conversion kits (1911 and AR-15). It is not a flawless ammo, but then again, I didn't pay that much for it. It is a phenomenal way to reduce the cost of doing weapon drills with the conversion kits installed and I cannot complain about the cost and the reliability. In over 1500 rounds, I have had maybe 10 fail-to-fire rounds. Frankly, with a very good rifle, this has proven very effective on taking everything from cottontails to coyotes. You can buy better ammo, but you will have to pay a lot more for it.
isn't the best but isn't the worst
The ammo, for the most part will fire almost every time. I bought a pack of 525 and had about 10 duds in the pack which is pretty good for such a cheap box. If your life is depending on your ammo however you will be better off getting a higher quality bullet. The bullets are very dirty and leave a mess in your barrel if you run a lot though (more so than other bullets)
Dirty and Unreliable
I've had frequent FTF in my S&W 22A, S&W 617 Revolver, and Ruger MK III. I say "had" because l no longer use this product. Also, this ammo is much dirtier than the Federal Value Pack .22 L R I am currently using.
picked up this ammo and gave it away
the ammo is thrown loosely into the box by Remington... this ammo loosens up in the box killing compression and firing short in my Remington 597... do not buy, thunder 22 is higher quality if you use this company...
Good target rounds
I've used these rounds before, so I knew what I was getting. Consistent performance and fewer misfires. With the usual excellent service from Lucky Gunner, I received my purchase in less than 24 hours of placing my order.
Still working through the first box. So far had several jams, no misfires or duds.
Hard to say if the jams are the rounds or the magazine. The 10/22 Magazines have their fair share of poor function reviews. It's erratic though. Some magazines get emptied with no jams, others get one per, one even got three.
All the same, I will purchase this ammo again as long as it stays as cheap as it is. My life isn't depending on the reliability of my 22LR cartridges. 22 is all about fun, and this ammo provides it in spades. You can't go wrong with a plated hollow point at this price.
GOOD BEER CAN KILLERS !!!!!!!
WELL FOR THE MONEY IT HARD TO BEAT !!!!!!!!! EVEN A POOR FAMILY MAN LIKE MYSELF CAN AFFORD TO SLING SUM LEAD ON THE FARM !!!!! THIS AMMO KILLS GAME ASWELL U JUST HAVE TO PUMP THE BIG GAME FULL OF THEM !!!!!! BUY THEM THEY WORK !!!!!!!
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