100 Rounds of 40gr LHP .22 LR Ammo by CCI
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The .22LR is a versatile round. Whether you’re a brand new shooter or a seasoned marksman, there’s a use for it, although we all know it’s greatest use is that it’s fun to shoot. .22’s have almost no recoil, making them a nice choice for bringing a new shooter into the firearms fold, and are also typically quite affordable. But aside from plinking and instructing, there is something else many shooters prefer their .22 for: hunting. Yes, it does take accuracy and excellent shot placement, but the .22LR is a good round for sniping at squirrels in your backyard and even taking out rabbits and raccoons, among others. For a clean kill with a situation-appropriate round, try these rounds from CCI.
These are CCI’s subsonic rounds, so they’re exceptionally quiet. Even though the average .22 only makes a small popping noise at it is, that noise is still enough to startle off the small game you’re after. Using a subsonic round gives you the gift of silence, also removing the whine HP’s can make. At 40 grain these are standard, lightweight rounds, so they move fast, and you certainly want speed when you’re hunting. They’re LHP’s, Lead Hollow Point, and expand on impact while also decelerating, which protects innocent bystanders. CCI uses clean-burning propellants and of course you’re getting their renowned primers. These .22LR’s have a muzzle velocity of 1050 feet per second and muzzle energy of 98 foot-pounds.
CCI was founded in 1951 by Richard Speer. For more than 60 years they’ve been manufacturing top-of-the-line ammunition, and they’re especially well-known for their .22’s. Production takes place at their long-time plant in Lewiston, Idaho, under the watchful eyes of the CCI team. You get 100 rounds in this box, which is plastic and reusable. You can use these rounds for just about anything: target practice, plinking, varmint hunting, training new shooters, the list goes on. Order a box of these fantastic little rounds today, because no one – and we mean no one – can possibly have enough .22LR.