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Through the years I have read very off the walls reviews of products so I decided that rather than roll my eyes do something to help new comers to sport... anything will work on a bolt action and lever action rifle... you are doing the work not the cartridge!!! Don't spec sniper groups out of pistols! 22s dirty, clean and lube your gun often. If you notice ammo is unusually dirty don't buy it... Stick to CCI, blazer (made by cci), and federal... I have no problem recommending their ... ammo even though I am not paid, now that would be nice!
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.
Very reliable, small groups, low price and fast shipping. What more could you ask for
This AGUILA ammo performs with no issues. I fire about 300 rounds per week, at my indoor range, and have never had one problem. NOT ONE! Very pleased with this product. As well as Academy price and service.
I have used about a half box of this ammunition so far with no issues. It has worked well in a S&W MP15-22 ,Phoenix Arms HP22a and Ruger SR22. good quality plinking ammunition at a good price. I will order more in the future.
This might not be the most accurate or reliable stuff out there, but it has always worked well for me. Academy's price with free shipping made it a great buy for some good plinking ammo.
These work great in my finicky Buckmark and semi-auto rifles. Occasionally you will get a failure to fire but otherwise accurate great for squirrels.
Got here quick was what I ordered ots was easy to fo
I've been buying Remington Thunderbolt .22LR for as long as I can remember. I'm guessing 30 years or more. In fact, I'm still shooting product I bought from Academy with the boxes individually marked 89 cents. I have at least a dozen different 22's - rifles, pistols, and revolvers. And it shoots without issue in all of them.
I shot all 500 rounds at the range with a Ruger 10/22 Target rifle, no misfire, no FTF/FTE. Average 1.2" group (5 shots) at 50 yards. Great plinking ammo.
I enjoy testing ammo in my five .22 rifles (CZ 455, Savage MKII-BV, Ruger 10/22 Target, Ruger American Rimfire, Marlin 60). Overall accuracy of this ammo in these five rifles ranks sixth out of 26 varieties tested. It has produced 5-shot groups of around 1/2 in. at 50 yards in each of my rifles. No problems with misfires, failures to feed, or failures to eject. I would especially recommend this ammo for semi-autos that may be giving you trouble with other varieties of ammo.
Shoots straight and your gun is reasonably clean when done shooting 300 rounds. My guns are a Walther ppq m2 and a Smith and Wesson compact 22. Yours might be different. I always tell you what gun I use because I feel it helps the review. 2 inch groups at 10 yards. Hope this helps. One more thing, there is hardly any smoke after shooting. I used a popular ammo starting with a W, and I thought I was shooting smoke grenades.
I purchased the CCI Subsonic Segmented Hollow Point 40 grain ammo in an attempt to improve the dispatchment of small problematic animals. I was very impressed with the accuracy. In several CZ rimfire rifles and one Ruger 10-22 they proved to be more accurate than all but the most expensive imported target ammo. This bullet is absolutely all you could expect from a 22lr round. If you plan on eating rabbits or squirrels, it is a must to make head shots due to the "mush" left after a body shot. fd
Been using this round for varmint control on pastures. Best I have ever seen for extreme terminal performance and long range accuracy. I shoot about 5000 rounds a summer and continually test new ammo. This is the hardest hitting subsonic round I have ever shot. And it is consistently accurate out of a variety of brands rifles. It is my go to round now! Varmints big & small it drops them all.
Good Quality & Reliable Ammo. Good for Plinking & Hunting however over priced when compared to equivalent Laupa, SK or Eley ammo for competitive target shooting. Ran a box through my CZ 455 with Vortex Crossfire II scope at 50 yds after sighting and multiple 5 shot grouping were always about 1/8 to 3/16 inch bigger.
Bought this month. No problems with the ammo. Has been a good buy.
Great ammo at a great price. I have bought from Academy a number of times and have always had a great experience.
Fast shipping and, in my opinion, CCI Std Vel is my go to round for evaluating a rifles potential accuracy. Clean, consistent & reliable....... Now if only Academy offered more bulk packages in 22lr ammo........!
I bought this ammo about a month ago with some other ammo... the shipping was fast I was very happpy with the performance and price of the CCI .22 mag ammo. ... please have more ammo sells like this in the future!!!
great buy very fast shipping and fire arms great weekly aids
I tried these bullets out in my Ruger 2245 Mark 4 lite pistol (silenced). They would eject the brass but there was not enough power to reload the next round. Tried several times with the same effect. I tried the CCI subsonic rounds and they worked flawlessly. I guess these Winchester rounds will end up being used in my bolt action rifle.
I loved them and the price was great and didn't have to leave home
Compared this ammo to CCI Standard as I was told by CCI that Pistol Match was made of the same components just to different accuracy standards. Very accurate, no misfires or fail to eject. Very consistent weight round to round. Shot in a bolt action rifle. If looking for a little edge this may be the round for you to try. My reviews are based on function, accuracy and cost. This doesn't get 5 stars simply because CCI standard shoots nearly as well and costs half as much. But if you compete, ... this is definitely worth trying.
AS had this Ammon on sale. I could have bought it through many other online sites. BUT, I choose to buy from AS because of their great service, free/timely shipping, and fair prices.
I purchased these just for snake protection while I'm in the woods. They work very well for that . I use them in a revolver pistol. Because they will not cycle in my auto pistol. Max effective range is 5 yards for snakes
Although I haven't used yet, these little guys look good and seem to have great reviews. They could end up being only half-way decent and will still beat the heck out of CCI's pricing for the same product! Thanks Academy for getting these in stock!
I bought this ammunition about a month ago. Seems to be a quality product and had no misfires.
The ammo does exactly what it advertises . As acurate as any 22 ammo and about as loud as a high powered pellet gun ( think Benjamin ) . This ammo will not work in a semi automatic, I may have missed it but I don't remember reading that when I purchased it. Not enough power in 1 round to cycle the next round. Other than that it works perfectly.
I prefer CCI 22 ammo, it is consistent and fairly accurate across all the different loads. I have been shooting the select ammo and it is very accurate but a little pricey. I have shot 1000's of CCI ammo and you can count ftf's on one hand. Now to get to the service I have received from Academy and I tell you it is top rate. Most orders get here within 1 to 3 days and exactly as ordered. I am confident that when I place an order it will be right when I receive it.
Haven't had a chance to go to the range with Christmas and all but I'm sure I will be happy. Thank you Academy!! Happy New Year!
This is bullet is specifically designed for match target shooting. With these bullets, I can easily shoot a score of 95+ (out of 100) as they are very reliable and consistent out of my target rifle(s). I can regularly shoot groups of 10-shots with none of the resulting hole hitting the 8 ring (no flyers). Those that have complained that this bullet is inferior have tried to misapply the bullet by putting them into a semi-automatic. The bullet is standard velocity (1080 fps) not high velocity ... (1200+ fps) and is designed for non-gas operated firearms.
I use the UM22 ammo in ARA benchrest shooting I have never had a flier or a malfunction it shoots excellent out of my Suhl 150 standard with a match grade barrel the only problem I am having is finding it last year was not a problem this year I have only been able to find one brick I wish I could buy directly through Federal
Groups well and feeds perfect in my Henry lever action. I shot a round into a 2gal water jug from 30 yards. The jug is about 12in long. It did not exit and the bullet tore apart as expected. The lead was in crumbs and the metal jacket peeled back into almost a flat starfish shape. The jug had a few long splits from the hydrostatic shock. Should be an internally devastating round. I did the same test on CCI FMJ and Hornady XTP. The CCI FMJ went straight through the jug with a bullet size entry ... and exit. No cracking or splitting on the jug from shock. Did not find bullet. The Hornady XTP did not exit. Had splitting and cracking of the jug from shock. The bullet held together and the lead did not separate from the metal jacket forming a nice mushroom. All 3 bullets fed and grouped well in my gun. Each bullet will perform a specific task well depending on your penetration and shock needs.
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"?
Bought some of this during the great rimfire shortage as I couldn't find the SK match I usually shoot. Just running out of SK, so I ran some yesterday on the range to lock in zeros. Held very tight groups to 100m, better or equal to any of the most expensive ammo I have tried in my BRNO bolt rifle and Ruger 22/45 match pistol (only tested to 50m). Slightly flatter shooting and less wind than SV match ammo, a big bonus for 100m rams. Cycled the Ruger flawlessly. I will be buying more.
Good quality ammo at a 'fair' price. I'm from a generation that remembers $9.00 for a brick(500)of the same ammo. But in today's economy any ammo at $.09 or less including S/H is always welcomed for the 'plinkers' out there!