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I've been using this for years and it feeds & fires perfectly in all my .22's, I have used this in pistol & rifle matches with absolute success. This is basically mixed lot Federal 719 match ammo. If you weigh and seperate to 1/1000 grain, you'll have small lots of match grade ammo on the cheap! I've never had a FTF with this ammo.
Good inexpensive handgun target ammo. Very consistent groups for practice. Jesse is da bomb
I bought this for the first time at another retail store. Out of the 400 rounds that I had time to shoot, I didnt have any issues other than it is dirty ammo. Finger tips were black and the barrel needed a good detailed cleaning. BTW this was fired through a mossberg 702 and a marlin 60 made in '82. I will buy this ammo again I might just run a rod and clean the barrel after each 100 rounds.
I bought these for steel practice. They worked great with no misfires out of the first 200 that I have shot. I only gave them a 4 as they don't have a 4.5, they are a little dirty to shoot but functioned well in in my Ruger 10-22 with no mall functions.
For small game this is decent .22LR ammo for your .22LR rifle... the stated velocity for up to a 150 yards is about on par with what you will get with a bullet drop of about 2" at that distance. Anything more and your getting into .17 type velocities. So far this is perfect for bolt-action, but I've not had any issues using it in a semi-auto for plinking or paper. In my opinion I don't recommend it for handguns at least not with a barrel length of 6" or less.
Only place I'll deal with from now on. Great service, great people to deal with.
I purchased a savage MkII FV-SR with the intention of shooting only standard velocity ammo out of it. I tried a number of different brands (CCI, Federal, RWS, etc..) but these would not group well at 25 & 50yds. The aquila however impressed me! Shooting one hole groups, def will buy again!
I am shooting this in a S&W Model 41, which is set up for standard velocity ammo. After a couple of hundred rounds, I have zero failures. I tried it in a Browning Buckmark and a Ruger 22/45. Both had some failure-to-extract problems, but this is to be expected as they are set up to use high velocity 22 LR.
I will shoot nothing but this ammunition. 123456789
CCI A 17 shoots better than Hornady in my A17. I have shot 3 shot clover leaf groups at 100 yds. Not every day mind you but consistently outshoots all my other rifles. I'm pretty happy with 1" groups. How about .33"?
i bought this because it was a good price and wood do it agin
Just recently purchased a Ruger 10/22 and want to use a good name brand and reliable ammunition
I was so excited to find this ammo at Academy, and for a great price, this is my favorite.22 LR ammo, but Academy really needs to step it up on packaging, the ammo arrived with 4 of the 5 plastic boxes broken and mangled, it was just thrown into a box and shipped with no regard to protecting the product. I will definitely purchase again, and I hope this was a one time deal on the packaging.
CCI SSHP is my go to gopher round for my Savage FVSR with the Spectre suppressor. Solid hits, accurate and quite.
So after about 400 rds, I have had a few FTF's in my 10/22. Mostly that the HP tip would get caught on the feed. Accuracy is decent. Is it worth the $10 a box? Meh, maybe? Mine is a trail gun, so I'm not actually too worried about the accuracy but more worried about reliability. Since I have never had a problem with the CCI, and the cost is the same, I will likely stick to it. That being said, it would work great for target or if you're just in a pinch for ammo.
Purchased 200 rounds and was a little skeptical from other reviews. Have shot 100 rounds in my Henry H001 with not a single problem. Grouped really well at various distances. Pretty much same spec as Velocitor and a bit cheaper.
These showed up again after a long hiatus. The quality on these compared to the other Winchester Super-X is much better. I'd put it up there with CCI quality. A little pricey at $9.99, I'd say $8.50 would be better but still great ammo.
I was recently lucky to have located these from Academy! They feed well in everything I have and I have not had 1 mis fire yet!
Bought this month. No problems with the ammo. Has been a good buy.
good quality at a great price with the Academy great service
I think this ammo is actually made by Winchester. I haven't had a opportunity to shoot it yet. The bullets don't seem to be uniform in shape with some flashing where they seat in the case, but this isn't supposed to be match ammo.
I purchased a few boxes to compare to Aguila pistol target ammunition. Nothing scientific, but the Federal rounds performed as well as the Aguila in my pistol, with me shooting at 50'. I'm likely to stick with the Aguila becase the eley prime smells nice.
Very good low cost practice ammo for match rifles. Feeds, ejects and shoots consistently. Not match quality but certainly on a par with standard velocity ammo like SK+ and CCI SV ammo.
This was a replacement order for previous shipment . The customer service department did a superb job in rectifying the complaint. I will definitely continue using Acedemy Sports for my gun supplies.
My son uses these in his Ruger 10-22 for squirrels. They are super accurate and dependable. It would be hard to switch to anything else.Steve
These Stinger rounds are great. The only problem is getting them delivered in good shape $59.90 for 10 boxes and were all broken up and cases cracked open. No packing at all in this box. Some orders are packed with this plastic balloon the deflates on shipping. When your bullets are rolling around inside a box getting shipped all the primer That sit on the inside rims of the casings move . When you go to fire the bullets there is no primer to ignite the powder in that area and you get miss ... fires. I had this happen many times also dented casings from shipping. Those i just toss away. Academy needs to pack these boxes better.
My Beretta Neos 6" with holographic site. I honestly can hit an 8" target at 100 yrd (with sand bag rest) With no adjustments from 25 yrds. to 100 yrds. All other 22lr drops a foot at 100 yrds. I love this ammo and won't buy anything else anymore. Please keep it on the shelf for shipping. Great price too. The Neos is a great affordable pistol!
The Velocitor is my favorite 22LR round for a number of reasons: Its made by CCI (so its as reliable as you will get in rimfire), the bullet is actually a Speer Gold Dot hollow point not just your usual copper plated stuff, its 40 grains and hyper velocity so it actual has more energy after 25 yards than the Stinger. While it may not be match grade in accuracy, its everything I want in a 22 round.
Use them in my Marlin 60 and they pretty much destroy a filled plastic water bottle. More damage than the Mini Mag hollow point for sure. Not as accurate as other rounds but I think it has to do with the twist. I don't think the standard .22 twist was meant for 1500 fps rounds. Regardless, my granddaughter and I love using these to blow up water bottles with colored water in them. I don't think you would want to use these to shoot something you want to eat like a squirrel.....unless you don't ... have water bottles filled with colored water.
Winchester 20/25g grouped slightly better but Hornady was still .9" at 100yds, light winds.
This is the same price you would buy anywhere online; but you don't have to pay for shipping! This is very high quality ammo.
Shot groups of 10 rounds each at 25, 50 and 100 yard targets. 20 inch barrel, scoped. Highly accurate at 25 & 50 yards. A US quarter dollar coin covers all 9 /10 shots at 25 yards. Same quarter (1 inch diameter) covers 9 of 10 shots at 50 yards! At 100 yards the group opens up to 2.25 inches. Zeroed at 50 yds, the point of impact drops 8" at 100 yds. Fine ammo, 100% feed, fire & eject from a plain Jane semi-auto rifle.
I have a Savage Mark11 BJV and use it for compition at 50/100 yards and find it 1/2 to 3/4 inch diameter GOOD STUFF
I bought this 17wsm ammo in the 25 grain bullet and it was great. Was no problem making these little bullets shoot in side of a dime off sand bags. 1/2 inch 6 shoot groop was easy. Thanks
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