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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.
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.
Good ammo, little expensive, but Academy Sports only company that's had it stock in a couple years. Academy Sports has the best prices anywhere. Academy Sports is the only company I do business with due to great prices & they care about their customers. After all if customers not satisfied, how long do companies last ?
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.
I put the entire box of 100 downrange through my Marlin model 60 and a Mossberg 715T without a hitch. Every round cycled, no FTF,Stovepipe, etc.I was surprised that there wasn't anything wrong with this ammunition at this price. Wish I had bought more when I had the chance.
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 am shooting this in a S&W Model 41, which is set up for standard velocity ammo. After a couple of hundred rounds, I have zero failures. I tried it in a Browning Buckmark and a Ruger 22/45. Both had some failure-to-extract problems, but this is to be expected as they are set up to use high velocity 22 LR.
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!
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!
Love this ammo and Academy, They always have the best prices and free shipping
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.
Feeds and shoots... some look dirty but haven't had a problem
I purchased a few boxes to compare to Aguila pistol target ammunition. Nothing scientific, but the Federal rounds performed as well as the Aguila in my pistol, with me shooting at 50'. I'm likely to stick with the Aguila becase the eley prime smells nice.
Very good low cost practice ammo for match rifles. Feeds, ejects and shoots consistently. Not match quality but certainly on a par with standard velocity ammo like SK+ and CCI SV ammo.
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 bought 3 ,100 packs, they arrived in a box with no paper or material to keep them from moving around, When I opened the box the ammo was loose in the box
Always a pleasure to deal with academy, what you see is what you get and service is outstanding
The Walther P22 can be finicky about ammunition, and it sure doesn't like this one. May be fine in other guns, or even other Walther P22s, but it sure doesn't like mine.
I have tried several types of subsonic/suppressor rated ammo in several suppressed weapons i have and this ammo worked well
Winchester 20/25g grouped slightly better but Hornady was still .9" at 100yds, light winds.
This is the same price you would buy anywhere online; but you don't have to pay for shipping! This is very high quality ammo.
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 bought this a month ago and am genuinely happy with the packaging and speed of service that Academy has. Plus, NO SHIPPING = WIN!!! Can't touch it with a 10ft pole. Navy Chief, Navy Pride!!!
CCI makes good all around ammo that always goes bang. Rimfire prices are still on the high side, but it's worth the little extra for CCI reliability and consistency. Some of my semi autos only function with certain brands, and this is one of them. So I stock up when I can. Shipping was a little slower than usual, but the holidays are approaching, so it's understandable. Still within reason. Free shipping made the deal!
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.
The Hornady 30 grain V-Max ammo shoot surprisingly consistent groups from my Savage 93F. This ammo produced sub MOA groups better than several other popular ammunition brands.
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.
This is good ammo for the price. The reason for the 3 stars is that 2-3 rounds per 50 are under powered. You can tell when it happens because the report is different. When shooting from a 24" rifle barrel, the report was so diminished that I had to stop to make sure the bullet cleared the barrel. When shooting the ammo from my Beretta 87 Cheetah, the under powered ammo fired but did not eject. In sum, this is good plinking ammo.
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.
.22 ammo comes in a variety of styles, each proving effective for different targets. The 22LR in stock is available in target, standard velocity, high velocity and hyper velocity loads and is often used in high levels of match target competition, including the Olympics. .22 short ammo is a quieter round that is favored by recreational shooters and is an economical choice for stocking up on ammo.
HMR 17 ammo is especially powerful against small animals and varmint, making it ideal for general small game hunting purposes. .17 HMR ammo offers a long range, low ricochet and a flat trajectory, helping to ensure accuracy. .17 Mach 2 ammo is also available, using a similar design to the .17 HMR so that each shot strikes true.
Invest in bulk boxes of rimfire ammo in various grain sizes to restock your ammo storage cabinet and help ensure you're ready for whenever you need additional ammo. Having ammo in reserves means that you can hit the trail right when the hunting season starts and keep extra rounds with you at all times when out in the wild.