American Eagle 22 Long Rifle 38gr Copper Plated HP HV Ammunition 400rds (10 boxes of 40) - AE22

American Eagle 22 Long Rifle 38gr Copper Plated HP HV Ammunition 400rds (10 boxes of 40) - AE22

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cost of living Review by stephen
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very good ammo. i was looking at old reviews and saw this was $16.99 for 400... so sad its more than 400% in cost now.its not psa.... but someone is makeing a lot of money.. from $16.99 to $37.99 in 4 yrs.. i wish my per hr pay would do that...

(Posted on 7/27/2016)

All and all this 22 ammo is a good buy. Review by Reuben R
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This 22 ammo is a good value and is pretty dependable in my 22 pistols as well as my Remington 597 auto. I wouldn't hesitate to buy the 400 round box again because its a good buy and good ammo. Thanks RRB.

(Posted on 7/10/2016)

High Quality Very Accurate Review by A.B
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High Quality for the right price and pretty darn accurate in every 22LR Firearm I've shot it through, never had any issues with this ammo.

(Posted on 7/10/2016)

Low powered. Cycling problems. Review by michael
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Would not cycle in my Walther P22 or Beretta Bobcat. Didn't sound as loud as other 22 lr ammo. I'll use it up in my old bolt action Remington rifle.

(Posted on 7/10/2016)

Super small game bullet. Review by Joe at Camp Pendleton
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Used in a Browning BL-22, this bullet is accurate, and very effective at dropping small game before it retreats into the brush or down a hole. The exit wound is typically dime-size, with an audible "thump" when the 38 Gr bullet finds it target. I have not found any bullet fragments while cleaning the game, it has always punched through. I did experience FTF in a semi-auto Savage 64, but the Savage 64 had FTF with Federal Lightnings too. So, I mainly used them on manual feed rifles. With the BL-22 I have connected out to 60 yds on ground squirrels. The only negative thing to report is that they down-sized the box to 40 rounds, where every other 22LR comes in 50+ packaging. Non-the-less, they do the job well, and if you can get any 22s, you're doing good.

(Posted on 7/10/2016)

Near Match Grade Review by Gary
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I own a Remington 541-T Heavy Barrel target 22 rifle. At 50 yards it will put 4 out of 5 rounds in a ragged hole, around a half an inch. Most 5 shot groups will have one round maybe a quarter to half an inch off from the rest of the rounds. For the price, I figure this is pretty good. Other, more expensive ammo, is very close in performance, but on average not better. Does pretty well in pistols and revolvers as well.

(Posted on 5/31/2016)

Excellent Review by Cameron
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My Mossberg 715t feeds these rounds perfectly, just waiting on more to come available online.

(Posted on 10/21/2014)

Jams Review by Don

I recently tried out the American Eagle .22LR ammo in my Walther P-22 and had jams consistently.
Not so with other ammo.

(Posted on 9/19/2013)

Great buy and great ammo Review by Joseph

I have always been happy with the way American Eagle performs. Palmetto is a great place to purchase. I will be doing more business!

(Posted on 8/30/2013)

More Review by jesse

As soon as I see it on sale again we're buying maybe 1200rds more.

(Posted on 8/28/2013)

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