Remington® Golden™ Bullet .22 LR Rimfire Ammo
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- Delivers the quality you expect from Remington
- Maximum performance from every shot
- Designed for the widest variety of end uses
Over the years, no manufacturer has been responsible for more advancements in rimfire ammunition than Remington. No doubt this is because Remington gives their rimfire ammunition the same meticulous manufacturing attention as their centerfire ammunition. As a result, Remington produces the widest variety of rimfire loadings for every possible end use. Whether it's hunting, plinking or competing. Remington has developed the widest variety of rimfire ammunition to match any use.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 105
Rated 3 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Problems in my Ruger 10/22
These shells tended to jam in my Ruger 10/22, I don’t recommend them for automatic rifles, with a pump or bolt action they may be fine. I gave it 3 stars because I haven't had any problems with misfires just jamming, and yes I do clean my rifle so I know that isn't the issue, I use CCI and have not had one to jam yet
December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by chargingparrot best purchase ever
just the right type of ammo. I would tell anybody to get this ammo.
October 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by RunNgun Smooth load in AR15
Bought these for my AR 15 that has the 22 conversion kit. These load fine and have a tight group through the AR.
September 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by redneckhillbilly very good ammo
I have shot many boxes of this ammo. It works very well in bolt action rifles. Some semi-automatic rifles and pistols will have problems with jams. Like all light bullets, any slight breeze will throw the accuracy off, but if no wind it it very accurate out to 75 yards. I try not to take shots at varmints farther than this. Like all good gun owners you still have to clean your firearms after a day of shooting. If you are plinking at the range, take a Boresnake with you for quick cleaning. It is a very durable bullet for shooting squirrels to coyotes. As far as misfires, if you have some, it could be cause your firing pin ain't hitting the primer hard enough for a first shot, but will fire on second hit. I have never had any hang ups in my bolt actions.
September 16, 2012
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