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Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition

Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 42.
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SKU: 026617993 Item: 1B222269
Aguila Ammunition Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition
026617993 4.99 USD

$4.99

Select Gauge/Caliber: 22 LR
Select Grain Weight: 40

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Features and Benefits
  • .22 caliber
  • 40 grains
  • 50-round box
Important Product and Safety Information
  • We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.
  • You must be 18 or older to purchase Rifle or Shotgun Ammunition and 21 or older to purchase Handgun Ammunition. In ordering this product, you certify that you are of legal age and satisfy your jurisdiction's legal requirements to purchase this product.
  • For safety reasons, we do not accept returns on ammunition. Always make sure you use the correct ammunition for your specific firearm.
  • The sale or shipment of this product to residents of certain jurisdictions is prohibited. Check your local laws before ordering this product. Check your local laws for any other regulations.
Specifications
  • Grain weight: 40
  • Number of rounds: 50
  • Hunting - Species: Varmint
  • Caliber: .22 LR
What's in the Box
  • Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ammo Good ammo at a great price. Very quiet with the suppressor.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clean, with less grit than Remington I've always shot CCI or Remington golden bullet .22 in my rifles. After shooting 100 rounds of this ammo I actually noticed my rifle was cleaner, and quieter than shooting with my previous ammo choices. I noticed after shooting a bunch of Remington golden bullet ammo that I had what looked like sand in my 552 speed master. I was very angry that their ammo had that much sediment in it. I switched to CCI. I had the same result. Not nearly as much sand grit but still was there. But this ammo after firing 100 rounds through a new rifle, so far I could barely tell I've even shot it yet. The ammo is clean, and I haven't had a single FTF, FTE, or MF. I purchased 250 rounds of this. So after I shoot more I'll likely update if their should be any changes.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pay Great product and fast shipping. Looking forward for my next purchase.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exactly what I expected QUALITY I love this brand and the variety they come up with some cool different rimfire ammo that nobody else even cci has. Although the availability is the downside .
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ineffective against armored varmint I had an armadillo problem for 4+ months. I tried in vain to trap him. When I finally nabbed him, he escaped out of my cheap HF trap. So I decided I would give my .22 a try but didn't want to alarm my neighbors. I bought a box of these as it was the only subsonic available on my trip to Academy. I should have been wary when I seen they were only 40 grains which is a standard weight for regular velocity .22 rounds. Thus, my hypothesis was that these are loaded with less/weak powder. I then brought some of these and some regular .22 to my favorite shooting grounds. To my surprise there was no discernible difference in the sound. I chalked that up to the fact that I was shooting from a .22 pistol rather than a rifle, and that it was likely that the noise from the chamber greatly outweighed the sonic boom related to the standard rounds. Fine, no problem... I was FED UP after all the months of repairing holes in my lawn. At about 7pm on a Friday evening, my family was enjoying a quiet evening on the patio when our dog began going nuts. I investigated and spotted the armadillo under the house. I told my wife to take our child inside and I went and got my .22. When I got back out there, it gave me a broadside shot from 1 yard (point blank). It jumped up and hit the bottom of the house and then scurried off. I was a little surprised so I did some research and concluded that it was normal and that he likely went back to his burrow to die. No armadillo damage through the weekend... all is well with the world again. Monday morning I go to feed the dog before work and a 'possum on the half shell' is digging in our flowers. I run inside and grabbed my .22 which was then reloaded with the usual Winchester Super X Hyper Velocity. I walk outside... the varmint hears the door and turns directly towards me... I took aim at its head this time and squeezed off one round at about 6 or 7 yards... varmint dispatched! I went and checked the yard and he had dug under the fence in the same two places that he had been digging and rooted up the yard in the same areas, thus, I concluded it was the same exact armadillo. I turned him over with a shovel and he didn't even have so much as a mark or scratch on him in the area where I shot him three days earlier. Interestingly he did have a healed/scarred bullet wound on his opposite side. He was one tough critter. In conclusion, these subsonic rounds are too weak to take on an armadillo; a subsonic .22 round suitable for varmint and not just plinking should be 50+ grains. Granted, I know there are other variables at play such as shot placement (body shot with these vs. headshot with the Super X) and the fact that I shot these out of a pistol rather than a rifle (which means that the velocity at the muzzle was lower than it could have been), but I still will never trust these again for an armadillo. If I ever find some 50 grain subsonics, I may give them a try. Otherwise, it's regular/hyper velocity for me. None of my neighbors complained; in fact, some thanked me!
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from SIG P250 FTE bought 500 round; average 2-3 fail to extract per mag (10 round). Though my gun was dirty or extract spring was old. (gun is two month old with 10k round or so). Changed back to Winchester, no issue after 525 round (1 box). Had CCI, Federal HV, Federal Gold, Super x-22, probably 1 or 2 more brands. Never had this bad FTE before (roughly 5 times in 10k rounds in the past). That;s just my SIG P250. Goo Luck.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flawless cycling in Ruger 10/22 I am impressed with this ammo. It cycled flawlessly in my Ruger 10/22, both with 10 and 20 rd. mags. Regarding the sound, it's not much louder than a Bejamin Pellet Rifle. I am very satisfied.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No Improvement When Suppressed over Standard Vel. Bought these to run through a suppressed Ruger 10/22 and suppressed Walther PPQ - in each, I loaded 3 standard / high velocity rounds, then altered with the subsonic ammo. Couldn't tell a difference whatsoever; given the added 4 cents per round, I can't see the point in using this again = not entirely sure this is running subsonic - these rounds had no problem cycling both weapons, which is somewhat unusual for subsonic ammo as well. All the same, 2 stars (fair) since it seems to be functional ammo, and I'll still use it eventually.
Date published: 2017-01-12
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What is the fps?

Asked by: Cubman1018
Hello Cubman1018, The Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition is a great round for quiet hunting, plinking, or target shooting. Velocity: Muzzle ft/sec 1,025 / 100 yds ft/sec 911 Energy: Muzzle ft/lb 93 / 100 yds ft/lb 74
Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2017-03-17

I have 22 Smith and Wesson semi auto pistol what is the best ammo to us , just target shooting

Asked by: Razorfish
I really like Aguila ammo. I was a little skeptical when I bought a couple of boxes on sale but after shooting about 500 rds of the high velocity and the standard velocity, I can honestly say I'll buy nothing else from now on. It runs thru my Ruger 10/22 great and thru my Phoenix hp22a flawlessly. Accuracy is on par with anything that isn't labeled match. It's cheap but well made. What more could you want?
Answered by: DougBenson
Date published: 2017-03-18

What is the velocity Aguila SSP 40 grain bullets?  

Asked by: Sensei80
Hello Sensei80, The Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition features a muzzle velocity of 1025 fps.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2017-01-26

will this work in a henry classic lever action .22

Asked by: jboy808
Deffently YES! My Henry lever action loves them more than I do. I gota pay for them & Henry just goes "pew pew pew".
Answered by: DangerousDan
Date published: 2016-06-26

Shooting rats in the barn scares my goats and guard dogs, panicking them. The sight of the rifle puts them in panic mode now. I have a .22 pistol that shoots LR and was told about the Aquila Subsonics. Would these be quite enough? Other suggestions?

Asked by: TexasGoatLady
If a 22 bothers guard dogs get some cats They like rats. I had a Doberman that did not like loud noises but would catch and kill rats very quickly.
Answered by: jackmack3169
Date published: 2016-10-11

does this ammo have powder or is it primer only

Asked by: 1125
This is regular ammo, that travels just under the speed of sound. The stuff that is primer only has a 20 grain projectile and is usually clearly sold as "colibri"
Answered by: joe761
Date published: 2014-10-15

What is the Feet per second on this ammo

Asked by: kcken
Hello kcken, The Aguila Ammunition Subsonic Solid-Point .22 40-Grain Rimfire Ammunition travels at about 1075 FPS but is largely dependent on the firearm used.
Answered by: AcademyElijah
Date published: 2016-10-23
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