Winchester® 333 Value Pack

   

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Cartridge or Gauge
Grain
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

.22 Long Rifle

36 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1280

Bullet Type:
Plated Hollow Point

Quantity:
333 rounds
  • Big value pack of Winchester's fastest .22 LR copper plated 36-grain lead hollow point bullets
  • High muzzle velocity of 1280 fps
  • High accuracy, flat shooting, and great long range performance
  • Hollow point cavity delivers maximum terminal effect
  • Lubaloy copper plating reduces fouling
  • Nickel plated shell casing improves feeding in semi-automatic rifles
  • 333 rounds

Get Winchester’s fastest .22 Long Rifle copper plated 36-grain lead hollow point bullet at a great value with the Supreme Xpediter 333 Value Pack. The Xpediter rimfire round delivers a high muzzle velocity of 1280 fps for high accuracy, flat shooting, and great long range performance. The round's engineered hollow point cavity delivers maximum terminal effect after impact, while its Lubaloy copper plating reduces fouling in your gun. Packed with clean burning powder to ensure consistent chamber pressure for consistent performance, shot after shot. Nickel plated shell casing improves feeding in semi-automatic rifles. 333 rounds.

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Great for plinking I've been shooting this in a Browning 22 auto rifles and Ruger MK3 pistol with success. The browning stove pipes once in a while but this happens with all brands. No problems with the Ruger. November 13, 2014
Misfires It's unfortunate, but Winchester 22's are poor quality. Undependable due to misfires jams and stuck cartridges in everything except single shot bolt action rifles...even then there are misfires... November 12, 2014
Very poor ammo. This ammo is poor quality and I think even poorly designed. I shoot semi auto .22 pistols, revolvers as well as semi, bolt, and SS rifles and this stuff doesn't even perform very well in my bolt action rifles. IMO here is the problem. The bullet is too loose and combines with a squared front shoulder they do not reliably feed into the chamber of most semis. Often they not only FF but then they bend where the bullet meets the case. This renders them useless. Remington Gold bulk sometimes has bullets that spin in the case but they aren't so loose you can wiggle them back and forth like Winchester bulk plus Rem has a rounded bullet. Those perform well in all my guns. I have a Ruger Mark 1 that will digest anything including standard velocity and truncated cone. It won't reliably feed Winchester bulk to the extent of 1-2 FTF per magazine. My PT-22 has a 40% FTF rate. I would have to be very desperate to buy any more of these since everyone I know has the same experience I had with my 2 different boxes. The supply I have remaining now only gets used in a single shot rifle and a revolver. October 2, 2014
Winchester® 333 Value Pack I had problems with the spent shells extracting from my 22 revolvers. I have a S&W 317 revolver and Ruger SP101 revolver and the shells were nearly impossible to extract. I switched to CCI and Remington and I no longer have the extraction problem. I will shot these through my 10/22 rifle. September 22, 2014
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