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Winchester® Super-X .22 Rimfire Ammo

   

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Cartridge or Gauge Grain Other specs Quantity Price & availability

.22 Long Rifle

40 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1255

Bullet Type:
Lead Round Nose

Quantity:
50 rounds

.22 Long Rifle

30 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1650

Bullet Type:
Hollow Point

Quantity:
50 rounds

.22 Short

29 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1095

Bullet Type:
Lead Round Nose

Quantity:
50 rounds
  • Proven Super-X performance
  • Well-suited for practice, small game, varmint and pest control
  • Clean burning powder for consistent chamber pressure and excellent velocity
  • Copper alloy jacket for reduced barrel fouling
  • Precise bullet seating
Winchester® Super-X.22 Rimfire Ammo combines the proven performance and dependability of the legendary Super-X ammunition. Made with the same skill, care and quality as the first Super-X ammo introduced in 1922, Super-X bullets are well-suited for practice and ideal for small game, varmint and pest control.  Designed for maximum expansion and extreme accuracy, these bullets use clean burning powder for consistent chamber pressure and excellent velocity, patented tin bullet technology, copper alloy jacket for reduced barrel fouling, and precise bullet seating. 50 pack.
Winchester® Super-X .22 Rimfire Ammo 2.4 5 7 7
Are all theses reviews on the Shorts? I wonder if there is some confusion. There are 2 long rifle and 1 short product all sharing this spot. There are reviewers complaining about FTF in their semis and if they are talking shorts then I agree with the poster who said they aren't using the ammo for the intended purpose. I picked up 200 rds of these shorts and have been please with their performance but like all shorts, feel they are overpriced. (Yes I understand that is because few shorts are manufactured). They work well in my Remington bolt action and actually took them squirrel hunting last fall. Since I only take head shots, they work well and created minimal noise. I do use these (and other shorts) in my Ruger Mark 1 22 LR pistol. Here is a trick that may interest some of you. I load my bottom round in my magazine with a short then fill it up with LR ammo. That last short feeds, fires, and ejects fine but of course would not cycle another round if it weren't the last round. I've used this trick for years so I don't have to count rounds to avoid damaging the firing pin by dropping it on an empty chamber. When the short is fired I definitely know it's time to reload. This could also be a way to stretch your 22 LR ammo. Several times this last year I could find shorts to buy but not LR. FYI, this trick will not work in every .22 semi auto. I've tried it in my PT-22 and it causes a FTF in the round above it. June 14, 2014
Improper loading/FTF Loaded these up in my 10/22. They would jam or fail to feed every 3rd round May 5, 2013
Do not waste your money Disappointed with the product. The bullet casing jams in my Ruger SR22. Lead containing bullets all work perfectly fine but not these lead free ones. The casing is either too light and does not eject out of the gun or is too big and sticks in the barrel is my guess as to what is contributing to the problem. Either way these bullets need some improving and I do not recommend buying them. September 1, 2012
Very poor Purchased 2 boxes to shoot in my Savage Arms HMR17 last week. When I opened the first box it was missing 3 bullets. I shot the remaining 47 rounds and 20% did not fire. Opened the second box and it was missing 2 bullets. Again approximatly 20% of the rounds did not fire. Thinking it might be my gun (never had an issue before though) so I shot 50 rounds of Hornady and 100% fired properly. The old saying, "You get what you pay for" does not even ring true this time. Very expensive ammo when you facotor in the missing bullets and over 20 rounds would not fire. May 16, 2012
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Definitely lead.
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No, not lead free. But it is covered with a thin copper coating which I would expect to make them a little cleaner than standard lead bullets/
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Item number 38-898-295-08: Winchester symbol X22LR is not lead free ammunition. Their lead free 22 long rifle ammunition is symbol X22LRHLF.

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Well the tin hollow point super x (26 gr) have 1650 fps... If that helps.
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The FPS for the 30 grain bullet is: Muzzle Velocity: 1650.
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