6300 Rounds of 36gr HP .22 LR Ammo by Remington
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Many shooters started out with a .22LR. But if you think they’re best left to new shooters, think again; they have numerous uses beyond teaching newbies. In fact, they’re favored by many survivalists for their affordable price, the light weight of the ammunition, and their versatility. Aside from their low recoil, they’re also very quiet, and that quiet is a good thing when you need to go unnoticed in a survival situation. Quiet is also nice because it’s less likely to disturb other small game in the area. A .22LR is capable of taking down squirrels, rabbits, and coyotes, among others; it’s all about shot placement. And you can carry a large supply of ammo with you without being weighed down. If you have a .22LR, you’re probably a high-volume shooter whether you use it for small game, teaching new shooters, or plinking, so take a look at these Remington rounds.
These are lightweight 36 grain rounds. They’re Hollow Points which begin to expand immediately on impact while simultaneously decelerating, creating a significant wound and slowing to prevent over-penetration. Each of these rounds flies to your target quickly with a muzzle velocity of 1280 feet per second and impacts with a muzzle energy of 131 foot-pounds. These rounds are great for pest control and hunting small game such as rabbits, and can also be used for target practice and plinking.
You get 6300 rounds in this case of ammo from Remington, which is a pretty awesome amount. With this much .22LR you can plink to your heart’s content or carry out some serious pest eradication on your property. It’s made by Remington, a company with 200 years of experience and a stellar reputation in the industry. They’re known for their dedication to quality and innovation, and the performance of their firearms and ammunition speaks for itself. Remington manufactures their ammunition at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Your .22LR needs a lot of ammo, and with Remington you can keep it fed with quality American-made rounds. Order today, plink tomorrow.