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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.
Recently tried this ammo for the first time. Very accurate and clean burning, perfect for small game.
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.
This brand of ammo does excellent in my little single shot rifle. However, one plastic box was damaged in shipping, probably due to very little cushioning material in the shipping box itself. The ammo was undamaged though. I have received other ammo packages from Academy that were well padded, and I believe that different vendors actually do the shipping, but felt it worth mentioning. As I said though, this is very accurate ammo in my paticular rifle and worthy of a 5 star rating from me.
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!
I will shoot nothing but this ammunition. 123456789
Thought id try the A17s out . Glad i did very accurate . Great price! Academy service AAA+ as always ..
i bought this because it was a good price and wood do it agin
I've run MM 36g HP for the last 10 years. Marlin 60, 10/22, 795, 597, various semi/revolving pistols. None failed with this ammo. Perhaps 1 FTFeed in 1000 rounds? Zero FTFire. Always grouping in an inch @ 75 yards. And CLEAN burning. Did i mention that? You need no other round for targets or vermin. And that's the end of it.
I bought this 17wsm ammo in the 25 grain bullet and it was great. Was no problem making these little bullets shoot in side of a dime off sand bags. 1/2 inch 6 shoot groop was easy. Thanks
Fast and friendly place to shop, cant beat the online free shipping!
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.
Shooting these out of a Ruger American. Very accurate round. Can cover a 5 shot, 75 yard group with a quarter.
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
I shoot a lot of .22 LR weekly. And, try to keep a pretty large inventor. When available. And, lately, Academy has taken real good care of me. Fast shipping, good packaging as well as a good price. Always with the freight free bonus.
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....
Bought this last week shoots great no misfires are jams shot it out of my ruger 10/22 very accurate ammo
I like the ammo I bought great for the gun range and hunting
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.
It's OK if it were bulk ammo at half the price of 11 cents each. I bought it because of the name and well, rimfire ammo is not easy to find in my area. I thought that the Browning trademark and the hyper velocity of over 1400 fps would be a big plus. I have only fired 100 rounds and it does OK in my Mossberg 702 @ 25 yrds but I also tried it in 3 different pistols at various ranges from 7- 15 yrds and was very disappointed. I even tried it with my most accurate Browning Buckmark. Sorry, ... Browning! I might try the bulk if it ever is available but I am not impressed with your HP's.
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.
I've shot most brands of sub sonic 22lr ammo for for hunting applications and have come to the conclusion that this Winchester sub sonic hp 22lr ammo is my go to hunting ammo. Absolutely devastating truncated cone hollow point and this ammo is accurate in most every gun I've tried it in. Deffinetly recommended!!!
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.
The swamp people mini mags from CCI are the most consistent and reliable 22s I've found. They run flawlessly through all of my most finicky guns . Academy's prices and fast delivery are 2nd to none. I will definitely be buying from them again.
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.
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 Ammo is fun just shoots straight and doesn't create big holes, academy sports does a great job getting me the ammo.
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
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.