5250 Round Case - .22 Long Rifle 36 Grain High Velocity Copper Plated Hollow Point Federal Ammo - 745

5250 Round Case - .22 Long Rifle 36 Grain High Velocity Copper Plated Hollow Point Federal Ammo - 745

5250 Round Case - .22 Long Rifle 36 Grain High Velocity Copper Plated Hollow Point Federal Ammo - 7455250 Round Case - .22 Long Rifle 36 Grain High Velocity Copper Plated Hollow Point Federal Ammo - 745
$187.90
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SKU: 745 - Case

5250 Round Case of .22 Long Rifle 36 Grain High Velocity Copper Plated Hollow Point Federal Ammo For Sale

10 Bricks Per Case

Factory SKU number: 745

Velocity rated at 1260 FPS

Champion Training - Rimfire

Part #: 745
 

Plinking. Targets. Competition. Training. Whatever rimfire pursuit drives you, you'll get accurate, affordable performance with Federal Champion rimfire ammunition. The reliable bullet, priming and brass are suited to a wide variety of rimfire range applications.

  • Caliber: 22 Long Rifle
  • Bullet Weight: 36
  • Bullet Style: Copper Plated Hollow Point
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1260
  • Ballistic Coefficient: 0.125
  • Package Quantity: 5250 round case
  • Use: Target Shooting

Features

  • Accurate
  • Consistent and reliable
  • Affordably priced
  • Federal brass, bullet and primer
Velocity in feet per second
Muzzle50 Y100 Y150 Y
126011041003931

 

Energy in Foot Pounds
Muzzle50 Y100 Y150 Y
127978069

 

Customer Reviews

Best ammo for the price ever used. Shot it in Ruger, Sig & Remington rifles and pistols. So far over 10000 rds and not the first misfire.
Bought a case of this (Federal 22LR 36gr hp value pack) and after about 600 rounds, I estimate I have about 4% fail to fire in my Buckmark. Out of every 5 magazines, generally have 3 to 6 that don't fire on first hit (and there is a very nice dent on the case). Reload those in different orientation and about 1/2 of the first hits will fire. On the other hand, the stuff seems to be pretty clean. As a point of reference, I've put over 10,000 rounds of Aguila through the Buckmark and never had a single fail to fire - but the Aguila seems "waxy" and requires I clean the mags extremely frequently or the mag just "gums" up and doesn't feed.