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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.
Shoots with no problem in my ruger mark 22/45 and marlin model 60.
Very reliable, small groups, low price and fast shipping. What more could you ask for
Aguiia .22 lr. is still hard to find at lgs in my area. They function over well in all my rifles, and pistols. As accurate as any similarly priced ammo I have found. No FTF or FTE in my semi-autos. Good 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.
Golden bullet is not match grade ammo. It is affordable and meant to be shot a brick at a time. I never have feeding issues out of my auto pistol or rifles with it. Accuracy is good enough for targets and small game. 5- stars for the price range.
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.
Bought this at a good price. I have been purchasing and shooting Thunderbolt since the mid nineties. The quality is about the same for the past 20 years. I prefer the Remington premium line of ammo but this is good for plinking.
I always had problems with jams in my .22 rifle and pistol. I've shot 2-1/2 boxes of the CCI High Velocity ammunition and have had 1 jam. That is a huge reduction from other types of ammunition. I will continue to buy this type of ammunition in the future.
First Im not a CCI minimag "fanboy". I have and shoot all brands and types of 22lr. In my Ruger MKII and Advantage.A. 22lr 1911 conversion, however, these are just where it's at. As far as overall reliability, accuracy, and Academys price + free shipping, the 40gr m-mags just can't be beat in either gun, so I don't even bother much. I just stockpile Minimags for those two guns, that's how it is. $7.99/100 is cheaper in the long run, than $5.0/100 bulk, that is inaccurate, FTF, or jams going ... in or out 65% of the time, so your're fiddling and cussing instead of shooting. (in fairness, the 100pk 40gr RN Goldens are actually a pretty close second, but CCIs trays are better).
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.
Was a little disappointed in the Winchester Super X 22lr ammo. It didn't cycle nearly as well as other ammo in my semi-auto pistol. For the price and experience from years back, I expected Super X to be Winchester's premium line of 22 ammo. It's not the worst ammo I've used but expected better.
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.
I just purchased a Smith & Wesson M&P AR15-22 at Academy this week so I got a jump on buying 22LR rounds. The Federal rounds were priced very good and with Academy's free shipping I was sold. The ammo has worked better than the Winchester ammunition that I had purchased before this. I have found a couple of bent casing in them so far and none with the federal rounds. The Federal rounds seem to be more accurate than the Winchester ammo as well. I also just found some Federal Match 22lr; but I ... haven't shot any of those yet to see if they are any better. Ovar all I am very pleased with this ammunition.
This was an in store purchase. Packaged well for bulk ammo. Put about 100 rounds through my Henry so far and no problems whatsoever. Shooting 30 yards out, bullseye every time.
The best 22 out there. Academy price is lowest I have found. The 300 pack sells out fast. Third time to order it from them. Always shoots ,always. Used in ruger 10/22. And in old bolt action marlon.
CCI Standard Velocity is great ammunition for practice and target shooting; the price makes it even better. This is my favorite training ammo for the Ruger Mark III and Ruger Mark IV Competition pistols I use.
Whenever I find CCI Standard Velocity Ammo at a "reasonable" price I buy some for myself and family members. Academy always seems to have the most reasonable price on ammo and the shipping and delivery is always quick. Thanks Academy I appreciate your customer service.
Good ammunition that always went bang. Worked extremely well in my Henry AR-7. My Ruger 10/22 and Mark III did not like it as much. I had several FTF due to the bolt not seating. Switched over to CCI without an issue. Will continue to use in my AR-7 and Taurus revolver. I would not recommend due to the issues in my Rugers.
Unlike the reviewer who counted the rounds in his boxes, I just jumped in and started shooting! I can't speak to the actual number of rounds in the box; but I can say the first 300 or so were flawless in three different pistols...something I can't say about any other 22lr ammo, including MiniMags. These rounds load clean and shoot fairly clean...much less smoke and particulate matter compared to other 'bargain' priced ammo. So far, the ammo feeds smoothly in my Browning Nomad(ca 1971), Ruger ... 22/45 and SIG P938. I'm about to finish the first box and dig into the second. I'd buy a case of this if I could get my hands on it!!! Of course, not all 22lr runs in all semi-autos; so, try a box and see how it works for you! I hope Academy can continue to stock this 'less expensive alternative' !
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.
Bought this winter and waited for the springtime. My best in an Anschutz 54 is .241 inch center to center 5 shot group at 50 yards. Will get better once the wind slows down.
Bought this last week shoots great no misfires are jams shot it out of my ruger 10/22 very accurate ammo
I bought the ammo online. It was delivered so quickly I could not believe it. Excellent.
I bought them a couple of weeks ago and they were delivered very quick. Took a rifle and a pistol out to a farm and shot 350 rounds for not very much cost. The ammo was top notch and very new looking. Will buy again and would recommend to a friend!
Great ammo and quiet. Very dependable, no failures noted by this reviewer.
I bought this two weeks ago it worked great on both of my ruger 10/22s
Ran this ammo through my 10/22, and there were several jams and a lot of blowback. I just don't have good things to say about Winchester ammo. Seems like being a well known brand, the ammo would do better.
I bought this ammo because I was having issues with other 22 LR ammo in all my pistols, revolvers are a different animal but when it comes to auto CCI is the answer, not a single miss, I will not buy anything else in .22 LR, I will repeat the order time and time again.
i bought this because it was a good price and wood do it agin
I tried it in a 6 inch long revolver and then a riffle that shot long or short. I then picked up a short only riffle with same inch length barrel. The pistol and the riffle hit 4 inches off average grouping at 15 yards, When I fired from short only riffle I hit within an inch. I thought it would be nice to have ammo for short gun and others but it seems for me the shorts are only good for the one gun which is fine I will shoot them with it only. Just my personal experiences. I rated at 5 ... stars as they are shorts and the did fire excellent in a gun chambered for such only.
Great for backyard, low noise plinking that does not disturb neighbors.
I bought this about a month ago for my Grandson. He was very excited to get it. He took it out to range to zero it in and told me the scope was awesome. Very pleased with this purchase
Tried this ammo room the first time and was very happy with its consistency.
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.
A lot small than the picture. Received in a timely manor. Will order more. Thanks