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|Bullet Weight||36 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.22 Long Rifle (LR)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1280|
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maybe for someone else, but not for me
I bought six boxes of this ammo. I shoot a suppressor so that I don't alarm my neighbors. One or two rounds out of every magazine just explodes in the chamber, alarming my neighbors. Another one or two rounds fail to fire. The rounds that explode rip the head off the brass and jam what is left of the brass in the chamber and has to be carefully picked out, sometimes in small pieces. I don't know where the bullet goes, but it has never hit the target. Besides scaring the shooter, usually me, it makes a mess of the suppressor and the gun. This ammo might work for someone else, but not for me.
From a 4” to my 10/22 carbine this ammo is reliable, accurate and deadly. After function testing I learned these expanded from my pistol and was accurate and deadly in all my .22’s. I got a couple rounds of this . ..
Clean your weapon everytime you shoot!!!!
I've shot over 1,000 rds. of these 22 -36 grhp Win. 333 rds. In my Ruger MKI & my 10/22 using the Ruger 10/22 BX - 25 X 2 magazine. The only problem I've experienced is that the mag. sometimes fails to load the last bullet into the Chamber. As for the round, no mis-fires, good grouping @ 100 yds. using a 20"barrel. No problem's here & I still have over 3K left. Thanks for the fast shipping & great C/S!!!!!
The Worst - Direct Comparison Testing
Comparison of four (x4) 22LR ammunition brands: Winchester bulk pack white box, Armscor, American Eagle, and Remington Bucket of Bullets (Improved Design). All rounds were labeled as 36-grain, copper washed, high velocity (HV), hollow-point (HP). Platforms used for testing were: Browning BL-22 lever rifle (stock), Ruger SR22 modified with replacement captive guiderod and spring assembly from Galloway Precision. Results of test: The Remington, Armscor, and American Eagle were all roughly equivalent. There were no failures-to-fire and no failures-to-feed of any kind in any platform. Sound levels and perceived recoil were equivalent across all ammunition loads and test platforms. The Winchester ammunition, however, was found to significantly underperform the Armscor, Remington, and American Eagle rounds in all categories. The Winchester rounds were consistently quieter and had significantly less recoil in the SR22 than the other brands. What was worse was that using the Winchester ammunition in the SR22 resulted in a consistent 25 to 40 percent failure to feed rate, across 4 different magazines. Once the rounds were manually fed into the SR22, all fired consistently. We attribute the high incidence of failure-to-feed behavior with the Winchester ammunition to the fact that the Winchester rounds are significantly under-powered and therefore lacked the sufficient recoil impulse to push the slide back far enough to strip a round from the magazine. This means that although the Winchester ammunition is labeled as High Velocity, it is NOT HV ammunition. Not Even Close. This makes us rate the Winchester ammunition as Not Acceptable and a Do Not Buy recommendation.
Reasonable accuracy, less-than-great reliability in my semi-auto
I've shot one 333 round brick of this ammo through a Ruger MK II target Semi-auto pistol. I shot another 100 rounds through an RPM XL single-shot.
Accuracy was acceptable with the Ruger, good with the RPM. However, 3 to 4 rounds per hundred would misfire through the Ruger, a problem I've never had before. I haven't had any misfires through the RPM yet.
clean and reliable
I like this stuff. Shoots clean and I have had no misfires in the 1/2 of box I've used. 150 or so rounds.
used it in three different rifles all with good results. Live in NY so having to go through a transfer agent added to the cost. REPEAL THE STUPID SAFE ACT and give CUOMO the boot!!!
Jams and misfires
I thought with the name Winchester I was buying a quality product. Jams and misfires and now I am stuck with 5000 rounds. Have been using CCI and have had no problems at all. Wish I had read the reviews first.
Inexpensive, works great
Just put 300 rounds through my Henry AR-7 Survival Rifle without a single problem. Every round cycled through the rifle and fired properly. Shipping of the brick via Fed Ex Ground only took a few days. Thanks Lucky Gunner.
I purchased a box. I have two very reliable rifles that fire any stuff you put into them. They are a CZ 452 and a Henry. Either I got a bad batch or this is the poorest QC I have ever seen. In 200 rounds, I had FTL, FTF and FTE for 25 or so rounds. What I didn't shoot, I gave to the range officer for proper disposal.
This ammo is a great price but I've had many bullets that would not fire. At first I thought it was my gun, but after trying a couple of other brands I found it was the ammo. For some reason I get 3-5 from every 50 that won't fire. So I experimented with other brands. The result was zero misfires. So, it had to be the ammo.
Another great deal!
This is a great deal for those of us who love to plink. A great price, and only 2 out of the 333 rounds jammed -- I would say it was because my sons didn't clear the casing properly out of the lever action we used it on. Time to get more!
Not so good
This stuff wouldn't feed in my 10/22 because the hollow points were too big. Its more expensive than the federal stuff but doesn't feed well. Lot's of FTE's and failure to chamber the next round in my walther p22.
You're reviewing: 22 LR - 36 Grain CPHP - Winchester - 333 Rounds
Posted On: 3/17/2019 By: william m teal
Posted On: 3/24/2018 By: Rolf
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