50 Rounds of 33gr TC- HP .22 LR Ammo by Remington
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The .22LR was designed in 1887 by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company. Its parent cartridges were actually a combination of a few: the Flobert BB of 1845 combined with the .22 Long casing and .22 Extra Long bullet. It uses a heeled bullet, meaning the bullet’s the same diameter as the case, and was built according to these specifications:
- Bullet diameter: 0.223-0.2255
- Neck diameter: .226
- Base diameter: .226
- Rim diameter: .278
- Rim thickness: .043
- Case length: .613
- Overall length: 1.000
- Rifling twist: 1:16
- Primer type: rimfire
This .22LR is made by Remington, a company with a solid reputation in the industry for their dedication to their customers. Remington was founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington when a flintlock rifle he’d designed and made created frenzy of order requests, and for almost 200 years they’ve been not just meeting but surpassing the expectations of shooters everywhere. They have six facilities in various states, each with a specific job; ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Remington understands the importance of quality and value, and these rounds are made in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, so they can be reloaded, and they’re non-corrosive, which is better for the life of your gun.
At 33 grain these are very lightweight rounds, even for the .22LR. Their lighter weight is a part of what gives them their greater speed; these are Remington Yellow Jacket Hyper Velocity rounds. These are TCHP rounds; their Truncated Cone nose helps them cut cleanly through targets while their Hollow Points make them capable of expansion on impact. This ammunition is designed for handling small game such as squirrels although skilled marksmen have taken down coyotes with it. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1500 feet per second and muzzle energy of 165 foot-pounds. You get 50 rounds in this box; just enough to get hooked. Place your order today and experience the difference higher velocities can make.