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I have four 22 handguns that I shoot at an indoor range every week. ( retired) I have tried many different brands of ammo of all prices and not one can match this ammo for consistent accuracy. I can shoot 1 to 2 inch groups with all four guns but with any other ammo I cannot, even CCI. At $3.99 it cannot be beat. My local Academy Sports store always has it in stock and even with the 10 box limit, I have a great time shooting every week.
used it on the range with no FTF or FTE. Will definitely buy again. Shot 300 rounds.
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.
average ammo....shoots just fine in my m@p 1522 sport......but remember this the SPORT modle..also i maintain my firearms flawlessly....projectiles have a tendency to be a little loose in the cartridge and whatever that gold coating is winds up in the gun and on my hands...TRY THIS AMMO... ITS OK...
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.
Bought a couple weeks ago, arrived in good packaging case in good condition, ammo itself was dirty with more frequent blemishes on the bullets and cases then i would have expected. Item is listed as round nose, it is indeed a hollow point as is pictured. Have not shot yet, but expecting good results as i do like winchester ammo. I gave it only 3 stars because of the poor listing info, and just how dirty the ammo was (blemishes, dents in bullet etc) overall i am happy with the purchase as i ... only paid 6.99 a box with free shipping.
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 have a backyard range with a variety of steel targets, some hardened, some not. The lead nose is less likely to dent my targets and the lower velocity means less noise to bother the neighbors. Works fine in my Browning Buckmark Camper with 7 1/4", 5 1/2" or 4" barrels as well as my Henry Lever Rifle. Academy's free shipping is great, too!
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"?
Great deal on A17 ammo. Fast and free shipping along with a great price and coupons give the incentive to use Academy for all my ammunition and shooting needs. The selection is second to none!
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.
I like this product as well as the great service, I am a repeat client.
Looks like good stuff, hollow point is actually well designed for a 22 caliber. Compared to Winchester hollow point i expect a lot better expansion from this rounds. What they are made for and the design, im sure they will do the job. Being CCI, i can give a good rating before i shoot it, would give 5 star if they didnt cost more than Hornady everywhere.
This is the only ammo that will consistently shoot less than MOA out of my gun. The Hornady V-shock will shoot 1-1.5 moa and the CCI polymer tip .17 grain opens up to 2 moa. Pics are all from 100 yds on a bench vise.
Very good bullets, accurate, devastating on small game and varmints. They are not as explosive as the VMAX bullets which really makes the TNT a useful tool for edible small game.
When I order ammunition I know I can depend on quality and great price when ordering from "Academy". Very accurate web site, when ordering from them!
These little bad boys are a little slower than the polymer tip which is at 2550 fps.These are at 2375 fps.I use these to shoot squirrel with.
I bought this several months ago to see how it cycles and fires in different .17HMR rifles I own. It did great, though it did misfire in the A17 that I have, though in all fairness, it doesn't like much besides the A17 CCI. Great ammo. Very accurate.
Could not find any 17 HMR bullets anywhere or 22s for several weeks . Staff said they could order with fast delivery, which they did and I was very pleased. Ordered 3 boxes max you can order. Sighted in new scope 3x9x50 just purchased as well from Academy for my new Henry 17 HMR. Good bullets and price.
I have a Ruger SR22 and CCI high velocity is the only product that consistently shoots well in this gun. No stovepipes, FTE or FTF. And for the price, you can't beat it. Will buy over and over
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.
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!
All CCI ammo has been trouble-free and the 22 Mag are at a great price. No problems at the range and are also clean shooting.
Fires first time every time, no complaints on this ammo.
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.
What can you say about .22 ammo? It is what it is. The service by Academy was excellent. The product was shipped and delivered on time, which does not always happen with e-orders. Very happy.
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!!!
good deal just need more in stock would buy more is available
Bought this month. No problems with the ammo. Has been a good buy.
It was the first time I had been in Acadamy sports. Seem none of the employee's were aware of the store order program. Only person that knew about it was Adrew a manager I believe. He he the situation resolved in 5 minutes. Managers should have told their employee's of store programs. The ammo was exactly what I was looking for, and it came in less time then Andrew had told me it would take.
This is somewhat difficult to find ammo and was happy you had in stock. I used to shoot my inherited circa 1950's Winchester model 62, and performed flawlessly in this old gun.