Rapid fragmentation at all practical varmint shooting velocities
Brass construction resists corrosion, withstands maximum chamber pressure, enables reliable feeding and ensures proper hardness of ammunition
Primer quickly and reliably ignites the powder charge
3,800 fps muzzle velocity
0.242 ballistic coefficient
0.142 sectional density
H.I.T.S. 237 for small game less than 50 lb.
Cartridges are loaded for optimal pressure, velocity, accuracy and lot-to-lot consistency and are hand inspected to ensure top quality
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Whats the difference between the 22 250 and the average 22 round? And will the 22 250 work with a m&p 15 22?
Asked by: mledford
Yes, the Hornady V-MAX™ .22-250 Remington 50-Grain Rifle Ammunition will work with an M&P 15 22 Rifle. There is not really an "average" 22 round. Therefore, there are a couple factors to take into consideration such as what are you shooting and the firearm being used. The answers to those 2 factors will determine what ammunition is recommended.
The grain is the weight of the bullet. It determines how fast a bullet will travel. Lower grain will travel faster when shot but it has less weight pressure (knock down power) and a higher grain will not travel as fast but it has more weight pressure.