Winchester® Varmint HE™ .22 Mag Rimfire Ammo


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.22 WMR

34 Grain

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Bullet Type:
Jacketed Hollow Point

50 rounds
  • Varmint-specific, technologically advanced loads, tips, and performance from Winchester
  • Fast 2000+ velocities, hard hitting impact energy  
  • Extreme accuracy and desirable expansion on impact  
  • Designed based on centerfire bullets for flat trajectory and accuracy   
  • Quality, clean burning powder and non-corrosive primers
Enjoy blazing velocities and hard hitting expansion and fragmentation from Winchester Varmint HE Rimfire Ammo. Combining technologically advanced loads, bullets, and tips with quality, clean burning powder and non-corrosive primers, Varmint HE rounds deliver deadly varmint-killing performance. Delivering velocities over 2000 fps, these rounds feature designs modeled after Winchester's centerfire bullets for extremely flat trajectories and desired accuracy. Offered in a variety of tips to match your preference.

Winchester owes its humble beginnings to rimfire ammunition. As a matter of fact, Winchester's first commercially available metallic cartridge ammunition was a large caliber rimfire load introduced back in 1866. More than 130 years later, rimfire is the world's most popular ammunition. As you would expect, Winchester has you covered with a complete line of high-performance cartridges including the undisputed heavyweight in rimfire ammunition - the 22 Winchester Magnum introduced in 1960. From precision target shooting to plinking, small-game hunting and silhouettes, Winchester is chosen by rimfire shooters worldwide.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by .22 Mag I have not opened or used this ammo. I bought it to add to my inventory. January 22, 2013
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It should have on the barrel somewhere the caliber of the gun such as .22 LR or .22 WMR. If the gun is in good working order and has .22 LR on it somewhere then yes these can be used but if it has .22 WMR you need to purchase .22 WMR ammo which would be .22 Magnum ammo.
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Yes ,22 is a rimmed cartrige.It can be fired from break barrel,bolt action and semi automatics
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