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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
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.
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.
I'm pleased with the performance of this ammo. And will definitely be purchasing more in the future. My daughter is in the 4 H shooting program. She's shooting the rifle this year and can use the pistol next year. She enjoys it very much and with the price she can do a lot more practice. Thanks
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.
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
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.
consistent ammo from CCI. Groups well in my rifle. A bit pricey. Academy shipped it to me undamaged and quickly
cci has away had ammo quality above most manufacture but price is going up every time i go to buy. but looking to fire something in target pistols and AR-type long guns that does not jam and CCI has never given me issues.
I bought these for my boys little chipmunk type 22's. After shooting a box of 50 each through them, there were no problems at all.
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 shoot deer on a crop damage permit during the summer, which means that I see a lot of Groundhogs. The farmer, who's land I hunt on, would prefer I lowered the Groundhog population and the deer. I bought the 17WSM and Savage BMAG because I have shot a few Ground hogs with the 17 HMR and had them wander back to their burrows before dying. Hoping this will put a little more destruction on their vitals and drop them in their tracks.. Haven't shot a Groundhog yet this year, but I am shooting ... dime size groups at 100 yards. Hopefully this has enough mojo to drop them.
This is great ammo! The price from Academy is also great. Will buy from them again.
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.
I am fairly new to competition shooting. I tried many different brands, some were ok at the start, but failed in the long run and I always ended up with some jams and/or misfires However, so far I have not had a jam with CCI pistol match competition in 5 matches and practice(over 2000 rounds.)
Bought 2 of these for the can holders but the .22 ammo is a nice bonus. Very pleased with both the holders and the .22 ammo, would definitely buy it again!
I purchased some of this product for gifts, glad I did! They are a popular surprise with my relatives!
I shoot this in my new savage 93R 17. This ammo was a tack driver. I literally put a bullet thru the same hole a couple times. But on average would group around 1/4" at 50 yrds
This ammos I have bought, are very good quality and very good to use for small game.
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 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.
accurate to about fifty yards but very sensitive to wind as should be expected. may or may not eject or feed in auto loaders. after about 225 rounds, no failures in my browning S A 22 short.
The Hornady 30 Gr. V-Max shoots very well in my Savage 93 and Ruger American Rifles. Also much cleaner than some other brands I've experimented with. I'm just a paper puncher so can't speak to the lethality aspect, but it's gonna leave a mark for sure. Good price plus the shipping time was unbelievably fast. I do a lot of online buying and I have never seen anyone get my shipment in my hands like these folks do.
Been looking for these for the last few years, haven't seen it since the ammo shortage, shoots tiny little groups out of my Browning Abolt 22 WMR, kills varmints stone cold dead. Thanks Academy
These rounds are Copper Plated HP 1435 FPS Price is $9.99 per 100 rounds. These are the same FPS as the CCI Velocitor 1435 FPS Both rounds are 40 grain HP. CCI Velocitor Price $6.99 to $7.99 50 rounds. These Browning are $9.99 per 100 like $5.00 for a 50 round box . Can not beat that price. They shoot good.
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.
This .22 ammo is very accurate. I had excellent results with my Ruger/Volquartsen target pistol at 25 yards. Unfortunately, I experienced three failures to feed and two failures to extract and eject over 100 rounds fired, which I don't experience with other ammo I have been using. The problem may be due to its lower velocity.
I bought 2 50-round boxes of these to try them out. I got very consistent groups and no jamming in my 1950's era semi-auto rifle. Will buy again.
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.
CCI SV is consistant, quality 22rf ammunition priced right.