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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!
This is my go to ammo for plimking, hunting, and range shooting. I run it through my Ruger MkIII Hunter with no issues, My Ruger 10/22 loves it, my finky Winchester 170 from the 1970's which is real picky likes it to. It's clean, I can't remember the last time I had a FTE or FTF with it. I even use it with my CZ455 for messing around at 50 and 100 yds. Yes it has a .5 inch bigger spead then the competition ammo I use that cost 40 cents a round where this box on sale is a little over 5 cents ... a round. You can't beat this ammo for performace to price. It is the best bang for your buck.
Very reliable, small groups, low price and fast shipping. What more could you ask for
Have put 300 rounds through a Ruger SR22, no problems at all. Cycles the action effectively, every round went bang. Have only used on paper targets so far.
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.
I use Winchester ammo in all my pistols, when available. .22LR, 9mm and 45ACP. However when I bought the first in .22LR I had issues. FTE, FTF and failurre to chamber. I believe the issue was due to the rather large "hole" for the hollow point. And, it was the case in both my .22s. Less in my MkII RUGER but more so in my M&P 22c. In which I had never had any problems. I used the Winchester ammo up in my RUGER while I was shooting Aguila and CCI Mini Mags in the M&P. And the Aguila needs to be ... HV, I learned. Other brands of hollow pointes have run well.
I had purchased several boxes of this ammunition. Have shot Federal Winchester white box this shoots every time without a fail hardly any jams failures to feed failures to eject this has been Flawless and my 22 rifles and pistols can always rely on it any other brand of ammo I've ever shot has always given me several malfunctions out-of-the-box this one I can go usually with only one or two and it's operator error most of the time great price great ammo Always by this never had a problem with it ... highly recommended
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.
Great buy for this ammunition. It is high quality target grade material.
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.
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.
These bullets feed dependably, are accuurate in my Victor, and smell nice. I only wish they were 1/2 the price.
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
ordered 5 boxes ammo is awesome and price is great, but whoever packed the box just threw the 5 boxes in a box loose with no padding so 3 of the boxes busted open and some bullets spilled out of the box probably still rolling around in a ups truck, called academy and they shipped out replacement boxes and those were shrink wrapped and packed well
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.
It is always a pleasure ordering from Academy Good pricing, selection, friendly customer support, and always delivered on time;. you can't ask for more. Thank you again
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.
First time with Aguila ammo and its much better than expected. So far, its clean and has same accuracy as all the other major brands. No FTF or left fielders yet, and cycles through 10-22 and Mark II with no problems.
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.
Great ammo at a good price. Bought it to shoot through my CZ 455. No isses running through the rifle. Accuracy is spot on. I have only used it in the indoor range but at 25 yards I can goup 5 rounds in a nickkle with only a front rest. Looking to take them outside on a bench later this mouth and see how they do at 100yds.
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.
I will shoot nothing but this ammunition. 123456789
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.
Purchased a new 22LR and tested various types of 22 LR. Once I changed to this cartridge, I began shooting nothing but X's. The problem is that I cannot find any of this ammo around and I only have 170 rounds left. I wish I had a place to purchase a brick or three. Shooting competition within my gun club burns up the ammo. I need an ammo fmagician and fast. Would recommend this ammo to anyone with a Savage Mark II BV. They are meant for each other and I'm sure this cartridge would work just as ... good with similar rifles.
Great company great service, and great ammo! Ammo worked great in my Smith & Wesson S22 Victory. Only shot 1-40 round box so far. No FTF or FTE. It seems more accurate than I am, shooting at 17 yards free handed (pictured below). Will purchase again.
I have a Marlin XT22-VR that I recently bought. I use it for target shooting. I've been trying different ammos, looking for a less expensive ammo that gave me consistent results. Much to my delight, this Federal American Eagle gives me great consistency at 50 yards in my rifle at a low cost. Better than other Federal rounds and many other more expensive brands
Tried this ammo in my Ruger 1022 Magnum with a 20 in bull, green mountain barrel. No failure to fire no failure to eject. Shot eight different types of ammo back to back, did five Round groups two for each different ammo The Winchester super X tied for fourth place in accuracy so I give it three stars. The super asked we're shooting 2 inch groups at 100 yards.
.22 magnum ammo has been a bit scarce. Academy has all the .22 magnum ammo. any shooter could possibly ever need, at the lowest cost per round.
I have never been disappointed with the effectiveness or accuracy of Hornady bullets and these 17 HMR 17 grain did not let me down. I could cover the 50 yard group with a dime and the 100 yard group shot to the same point as the 50 yards! That is flat shooting all with a rim fire cartridge. My Savage model 93 and Bushnell 4 X 12 scope allowed me to bring out the potential accuracy of these cartridges.
Exactly what was advertised and a great product. Easy transaction and fast shipping. Will buy again, again and again.
I have been using this for squirrel hunting for two years now because I wanted something with more range than a .22. I started off with the .17 HMR ballistic tip but it destroyed so much meat I started looking for something else. I settled on the Gamepoint ammo because it still lets me shoot out to 100 yards if conditions are right and it does about the same amount of damage as a .22 HP. Extremely accurate out of my Savage A17. This is my small game hunting ammo from now on!
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!
Howdy, I'm from Central Montana and I own a .22 Henry repeater over the years I've tried dozens of brands and weights and types of .22 LR ammo and i never found anything that out performed this round. Other rounds gummed up my action left tons of residue in my barrel or flew wherever THEY wanted to go. This round always flew exactly the same, left my action running like glass, and i could shoot hundreds of rounds and only find a few specks of residue in my barrel afterwards. I was really ... impressed by its performance and dependability.
This is the same ammo as 510 but with a copper-washed bullet. 810 is the same stuff in a 100-round box. The advantage it has over 510 is that it will feed in some types of semi-autos with sharp chamber edges or rough feedramps. I use it in my semi-autos, it's very reliable and accurate in my experience, it's a good load for diagnosing problems with the rifle as well. I have had lots in the past that were loaded with a powder that left large amounts of residue in the gun but all the stuff I've ... bought in recent years has been reasonably clean burning. It's not as accurate as Gold Medal but out of a semi-auto you wouldn't be likely to notice the difference.