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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.
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 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 had not used Remington Thunderbolt 22s for many years and remembered it as cheap and greasy. I was pleasantly surprised to find these bullets held tightly in the case and very lightly lube coated. So far, I have no failures of any type in my S&W Model 41, having fired about 300 rounds.
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!
i bought this because it was a good price and wood do it agin
Just recently purchased a Ruger 10/22 and want to use a good name brand and reliable ammunition
The ammunition fires great in multiple firearms(cmr 30, NAA pug, savage BA rifle). The only issue I have is with academy sports and their packaging. I receive the package with 2 packing pillows(1 busted) and 2 boxes of the ammo broken. There were 100 loose rounds in the box bouncing around. Seems a little unsafe.
I'm glad I got the CCI's good ammo. These are hard to find, but Academy had just what I wanted.
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.
it grouped well out to 268 yards, and I would have tried it at a greater distance, but that was all the shooting range had to work with
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 have shot this amo and it shot very accurate in my rifle. It also functions well in my auto pistol
When hunting unpopulated areas my ammo of choice for squirrels is CCI high velocity hollow points, but when hunting where houses are nearby I wanted to try some subsonic (1050 fps) without compromising a humane kill. These rounds are the answer. They are accurate enough for hunting out of my 22 inch Ruger American and deliver quick humane kills on squirrels. While not quite as accurate in my rifle as Eley subsonic hollow points these rounds are less expensive and deliver the extra shock of the ... bullet separating into three pieces. If you want to see just how devastating these rounds are, shoot through some soda cans with these. Fill the cans with water and try them. They are pretty impressive!
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
i been useing this ammo for years and years. its the total package that why is called TMJ- 40.gr wmr. IT will do it all....
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.
I have found this ammunition to be consistent and accurate. CCI has done well with this bullet. Keep up the good work.
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've been buying this brand for as long as I can remember now, and I've never had an issues using them in all of my current and past rifles. You will get the occasional dud here and there but overall I'm satisfied.
good quality at a great price with the Academy great service
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' !
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!
Great product would buy more this item works great with my weapon
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.
Delivered on time and as described. Super accurate ammo in my Browning Buckmark bullseye competion handgun.
I bought several boxes of this new range pack ammo and find it to be excellent. It is very reliable in my semi autos and extremely accurate in majority of my other firearms. I must be honest and say that it does not shoot great groups in all my guns but certainly worth a try to see if your gun shoots it well. Three of my CZ's shoot 5 shot 1 hole groups at 50 yards.
I've bought this in Academy stores and online as well. They package their ammo REAL well--I have never had loose rounds tumbling around in the box when I order from Academy. I don't know who this swamp guy is, but the ammo is regular CCI mini mags, best I can tell. I've never had a failure with these in my S&W M&P 15-22 or my Ruger SR-22, and have shot hundreds of rounds of it, so if you find it available, I recommend you pick some up pronto.
Good Ammo at a good price. Shipping was prompt and there was no damage to the items received. I'm a little annoyed that the trend in most vendor's .22 ammo to have mostly "low powered" ammo for sale????