Winchester® Super-X .22 Rimfire Ammo
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- 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.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by GunneySGTNick not good
My SR-22 did not like them so i tried them in 10/22 and same result, not ejecting causing double feed in the chamber from one round not fully ejecting and the next round being forced in to the chamber... so maybe try these on the old Winchester model 52D target rifle....more to follow
May 13, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by TNfisher Improper loading/FTF
Loaded these up in my 10/22. They would jam or fail to feed every 3rd round
May 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by ruger72 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
Rated 1 out of 5 by 5467jeep 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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