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CCI® .22 Rimfire Rounds

   

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12

.22 WMR

52 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1000

Bullet Type:
#12 Shot

Quantity:
20 rounds
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.22 WMR

30 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2200

Bullet Type:
Hollow Point

Quantity:
50 rounds

.22 Long Rifle

40 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1070

Bullet Type:
Round Nose

Quantity:
100 rounds
CCI® specifically designed these .22 rimfire rounds to deliver reliable performance.

RN: Round Nose
CHP: Copper Hollow Point
CRN: Copper Round Nose

.22 Short CRN shown. Other items not shown.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A very accurate round Quite simply this .22 LR round is great. It is very accurate and has a consistent flight. The velocity of the 40 grain round is 1,070 feet per second. This is slower than that of the Federal jacketed bulk rounds I shoot more frequently. However, out of my Ruger 10/22 I can place the CCI rounds more consistently than with any cheaper ammo. I like Federal .22LR for regular, cheap plinking but if the shot counts, I use CCI. When skunks or other pests are a nuisance I use the CCI Stinger round. It flies at 1,640 feet per second with a lighter 32 grain hollow point. It definitely does the job and with a lot of punch. CCI are very reliable rounds and I have never had a defective round and rarely a misfeed in any of my guns. February 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bullet I just recently bought these bullets and decided theyre the best on the market, every round has dead on accuracy. these bullets are king when it comes to.22 LR, its definetely worth paying the extra price! I would recommend these bullets to all of my shooting friends and anyone who shoots! October 9, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Generations I have used these rounds for years. I started using them because my grandpa and my dad have used them as long as they can remember. I asked my grandpa why he used these .22 shots and he said because they are cheap and very reliable. He was right. I like them better than feds, remingtons, and winchesters. I have never had a dud in my plinking or hunting days. I got my marlin 25N about 4 years ago and they work really well with the gun. (I use the hollow-point and will go through 100 of them in a day with friends.) it is really reliable ammo. August 3, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Like A Charm! Fires great and straight! Good for practice shooting. May 14, 2009
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I was wondering if these rounds will work in a Ruger 10/22 rotary magazine.
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Have used 4 or 5 different makes of LR ammo in several 10/22's and have gone to nothing but CCI ammo for them. Have never had a problem in many years of using the Ruger 10-22 with CCI ammo and try and keep several thousand rounds of it on hand but that is getting hard to do today so buy it while you can.
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yes, every time.
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I've seen them used in a rotary magazine on a Ruger 10/22, although I'm not sure what brand of magazine. I've only used it in the stock 10 round magazine that came with my 10/22 and my Ruger BX-25.
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I see no reson why not. Same size and caliber as other ammo
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the coyote have been terrorizing my dog and i am out of 12 guage its getting agrivating
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Depends on bullet placement, it only takes one in the right spot.
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It depends on how well you shoot.
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If you want to shoot Coyotes with a 22 LR, I wouldn't use anything less than a CCI Stinger or CCI Velocitor. The Stinger is a bit wild at 1640 fps muzzle velocity with only 32 gr bullet, but it packs a punch and is still reasonably accurate The Velocitor is also a hot round at 1435 fps, but it comes with a larger 40 gr bullet. The Velocitor is a bit more accurate and carries a slightly bigger punch at 134 ft-lbs at 50 yards compared to 119 ft-lbs for the Stinger. The Velocitor is harder to find right now because it has become so popular that it's usually on back order. I don't think BPS carries the Velocitor, but they should.

One more thing to consider is that I've heard that some guns don't chamber the Stinger because it has an ever-so-slightly larger casing. Your standard Ruger 10/22 will handle it just fine, as an example. I wouldn't try it on older gun without calling the gun manufacturer's customer service first.

To answer your other question, one well-placed shot from either of these two rounds will drop a coyote in it's tracks.
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if hit rite yes if not maybe 2 or 3
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Well, I suppose it depends where the rounds hit and how good a shot you are.

A head shot should do it.
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In my opinion, a simple solution would be to obtain a reliable and accurate varmint rifle (i.e., .223, 22-250, 22 Hornet, etc) and resolve the situation once and for all. Trapping coyotes can be a difficult proposition especially if you are contending with a pack vs. a single animal. Coyotes will definitely hunt domestic pets. Avoid the loss of a valuable member of your family (your dog) with a single well-placed shot.
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You might want to contact your local game warden. They can set up a trap to try to catch them. We have had them around here in Richmond, which blew my mind to see them in the city/suburbs! But I know they are trying to trap them.
All else fails... go buy some more ammo!! :-)
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I'm just wondering from anyone who has used the .22 LR rounds (even bass pro employees!), what makes these rounds so much better that they have to charge DOUBLE the cost of the same number of rounds for other brands? Are they twice as accurate? Higher muzzle velocity? I started using the Remington .22 LR hollow point high velocity and they are pretty good and loads of fun, I shoot with a Mossberg 802 with the thumb hole and flip down front handle. I'm just wondering if the upgrade to double the cost is worth the investment?
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If you value accuracy and reliability, it's worth the money. If you don't mind 10% either failing to fire or load or eject, go with Remington. CCI ammo is almost 100% reliable.
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If you check the model number it is 0033. This is CCI Green Tag which is listed as a sub-sonic competition round. It is not subjected to turbulence crossing the sonic barrier and more accurate. Twice as accurate, probably not. But when you want a more accurate round every little bit helps.
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you get 100 rounds in each box with cci , not the 50 rounds you get with the others.
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I believe they are 100 rds per package vs 50 rds per standard. Thus the price double.
Correct me if I am looking at the wrong packaging.
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I will attempt to answer your question.....Today I bought some Winchester Super X hollowpoints and some CCI Stinger rounds, both boxes had 50 rounds. Once I opened both boxes I immediately realized that the Winchester hollows were not always centered in the bullet. Most of the time the location of the hollow varied from bullet to bullet. Also, the diameter of the hollow varied from bullet to bullet. The CCI rounds were very clean cut with the hollow being nearly the same size as the others and the hollow was closer to the center of the bullet than the Winchesters. I believe the answer to your question is this: the CCI rounds are produced much cleaner and precise than other bullets.
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