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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.
Cant see whats so bad
When looking at all the negative reviews, I just cant quite understand them. I have probably shot 1000-2000 of these cheapo Remington cartridges over the years and have never had half the issues people say they do. First off, i am by no means a gun "guru" and i dont "need" 1" MOA at 75 yards from my .22, although I appreciate consistancy from a round. Out of all the rounds of this ammo I have shot, i have had MAYBE 10 failiure to fires. Not objectionable whatsoever for such cheap ammo. The accuracy is more than acceptable with 1 to 1.5 inch groups at 50 yards and I have even got a 3 inch group at 100, pushing the limit of the 22 lr capabilities. Failiure to feeds? None. I use both a 1968 Marlin Bolt 22 and a newer Winchester Wildcat 22, also a bolt action. If you read the negative reviews, you can see they are mostly all from people using AUTOMATIC rifles. I have never used an automatic 22 that didnt have trouble feeding hollow points, no matter the brand. The hollow points seem to hang on the feed ramps, and are not reccomended for use in automatics by the manufacturer. Are these rounds a bit dirty? Sure. Rub em enough and you willl have golden fingers, and the breech of your firearm will have some too. But anyone who owns guns should know how to clean their firearm well, and this should be more or less a non issue. Im not saying it is the greatest ammo, not by a long shot. But it most certainly deserves more than 1 or two stars. My 2 cents.
January 29, 2012
Waste of money.
I absolutely hate this ammo. I used it in my brand new out of box Phoenix Arms HP22-A and it got threw 3 rds then jammed, spit smoke and garbage out the back of the gun. my jennings j-22 got threw 45 rds and blew apart, but was able to run 300 mini mag threw in with no problems and also my ruger 10/22 is good for about 250rds then starts having feeding and ejecting problems. the biggest problem i had of all was out if the bulk pack i bought i shot only 300 rds and had 25+ failure to fires. out of various firearms.
December 9, 2011
Remington 22 LR Value Pack
I have had very good results with this ammo.
Using a Ruger 10/22 shooting @ 25 & 50 yards, group 1/2" t0 1".
Yesterday temperature 35 degrees grouped 40 shots less than 1" group @ 50 yards
December 2, 2011
WILL BE BUYING MORE
In the past six months my family and I have enjoyed about 8-10 boxes of this product.
We use it in ; 10/22 ruger, Marlin Model 60, Chiappa 1911-22, and a Pheonix arms HP22 with very FEW issues.
Have ELIMINATED several other brands in the mean time.
WILL BE MUYING MORE
" From My Cold Dead Hands"
God bless us ALL.
" Semper Phi "
November 4, 2011
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