Big value pack of Winchester's fastest .22 LR copper plated 36-grain lead hollow point bullets
Copper plated for reduced fouling
Convenient bulk pack design
Great all-around load
Hollow point cavity delivers maximum terminal effect
High muzzle velocity of 1280 fps
Get Winchester's .22 Long Rifle copper plated 36-grain lead hollow point bullet at a great value with the 555 Rounds Value Pack. These rounds deliver 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 copper plating reduces fouling in your gun. Packed with clean burning powder to ensure consistent chamber pressure for consistent performance, shot after shot. Perfect for small game, plinking, and target shooting! Muzzle velocity: 1280 fps. 36 grains. 555 rounds.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TH52 bullets
excellent product but the box conataining the ammo came apart during shipping . I had to use shipping tape to hold the box together after it arrived.
January 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CBJEEP Great ammo
This is some great, fairly cheap, ammo to keep around for when you want to shoot a 22 all day long. for the price(not what is used to be) you cant go wrong. You can shoot all day long for under $30. I keep several boxes on this on hand.
January 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TNGunz Great plinking rounds
For the price, these rounds are the best. Never have any problems with them. Best part is you can play all day for around 20 bucks!
December 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by KingRo Poor choice for semi-auto
I would imagine these bullets would work fine in a revolver and maybe ok in a bolt action. But with my Ruger semi-auto pistol and 10/22 carbine they jammed quite often. The cause for this was easily identified as poor quality control. The bullet was loose in the brass casing. I could rotate them with my fingers and the bullet would also bend out of alignment during feed causing jams. I will not buy this product again.
November 10, 2012
they are NOT nickle plated. They are your average cheaper round with a very thin coper coating and brass case. ( most of the brass casings have pit marks all over them :/ ). The problem with these rounds is the bullet itself is usually loose in the casing. What this does is when the bullet goes to load it gets bent crooked from the casing causing jams. Also they have issues with bad primers that wont fire. I would go with a different brand as of lately winchester's quality control is terrible on these.
They appear to be copper plated. They fed well into my Ruger SR22 but failed to cycle my slide almost 3-8 times per magazine of 10. I did have 4-5 cases that did not extract but they may be due to my extractor and/or the gun heating up.