CCI .22 Long Rifle 40gr LRN Standard Velocity Ammunition 500rds (10 Boxes of 50) - 50035

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CCI .22 Long Rifle 40gr LRN Standard Velocity Ammunition 500rds (10 Boxes of 50) - 50035

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SKU: 36768
UPC: 076683500359
MFR#: 50035

Limited to 10 500rd bricks per person.

Specifications

Caliber:22 Long Rifle
Bullet Type:Lead Round Nose
Bullet Weight:40 GR
Muzzle Energy:102 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity:1070 fps
Sub Brand:Standard Velocity
Rounds Per Brick:500 (10 Boxes of 500)
Boxes Per Case:10

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The 22 Long Rifle High Velocity gives you great performance. CCI 22 Long Rifle ammo is loaded with a 40 grain bullet that is great for small game hunting and casual plinking.
SKU: 36768
SKU 36768
Brand CCI
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SKU: 36768

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Reviews

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Excellent 22lr Ammunition
Simply the best and most reliable 22lr on the market for the price. Has always worked in many different 22lr platforms. Never had a FTF or FTE this after many years of use. It is also as accurate as many other 'match' brands and I have personally found it better than much higher priced ammunition for target competition. There is a great video review on YouTube about how CCI manufactures the 22lr round. It's impressive.
September 28, 2016
GREAT AMMO! WILL BUY MORE
I PICKED UP SOME OF THIS AMMO BEFORE & HAVE HAD NO ISSUES WHEN I USE IT FOR TARGETS OR HUNTING. I ONLY USE CCI AMMO & WILL BE BUYING MORE WHEN I HAVE A CHANCE TO PURCHASE MORE.
November 2, 2015
Must have a bad batch
I orderer the 500 brick from PSA and had a 100 rd box my LGS gave me when I bought my rifle. The 100 rd box worked great but every bullet from the 500 rd brick sounded weaker inconsistent groups and almost every one had FTE issues in 2 different guns. Switched to Blazer that came from PSA and not one issue so I must have gotten a bad batch from factory.
October 11, 2015
CCI .22LR 500 brick
You keep selling and I'll keep stocking up A.
October 3, 2015
packaging
Packaging was alittle poor had about 5 rounds damaged other than that good product
October 2, 2015
best .22 ammo pound for pound
Best you can buy for the money when it comes to accuracy and consistency.
September 20, 2015
Cheap and SubSonic - Perfect for Suppressors
Why pay more for "Subsonic" ammo when you can shoot this and be subsonic at most altitudes?! At 1070 FPS it's definitely subsonic at 500 ft about sea level. Your mileage may vary. This is all a run in all my .22's and it's subsonic and accurate. It like most .22 ammo is not as clean as center fire ammo so be sure to clean your can often to prevent lead buildup. Getting it on sale here gives me roughly 8 1/2 cents a round shipped. Not what it used to be but nowadays cheaper than most.
September 19, 2015
Pound for pound the best .22lr round
I believe this is the biggest under rated .22lr round on the market. This is my go to round and everything shoots it top notch. Minimags and other ammo is nice to have but this stuff is pretty much an end all do all .22lr round for me.
September 14, 2015
The only complaint....
Thbis is great ammo don't get me wrong. There is just too much lube on it. I wipe the excess off and I have no problems at steel matches. I wish they (CCI) would take it a little easier on the lube!
August 31, 2015
best ammo for the money
I have only found 1 round that is better than this out of my savage mkII fv-sr suppressedvortex 6-18x44mm and that is norma tac-22 but its nearly twice the price and only slightly better.
This IS my go to ammo. from a bench 1 hole groups (.25" OUTSIDE edge to edge) at 25m with an occasional flyer. 50m 1 ragged hole 100m is 1 to 1-1/4 inch. I have dropped crows out to 150m and routinely pick the staples out of my targets to drop them off of the backstop at 25m. I have put over 5000 rounds of this through my savage with no ftf and only 1 or 2 flyers per 100 rounds.
August 30, 2015

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