50rds - 22LR Winchester 40gr Subsonic Lead Hollow Point Ammo

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50rds - 22LR Winchester 40gr Subsonic Lead Hollow Point Ammo

  • 6 Review(s)
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Bullet Weight 40 Grain
  • Manufacturer SKU X22LRSUBA
  • Muzzle Energy 870
  • Muzzle Velocity 1065
  • Primer Type Rimfire

This is .22 Long Rifle Winchester Super X 40gr Truncated Cone Hollow Point Ammo. Winchester expands its rimfire ammunition line for hunters and shooters with the introduction of a new subsonic, heavy bullet, .22 Long Rifle (LR)game load. The new Super-X Subsonic round combines reduced velocity for exceptionally low noise, with a heavy bullet weight for improved penetration on small game and pests.The new Winchester Super-X Subsonic .22 LR features a 40-grain, truncated-cone, hollow point, lead bullet, with a muzzle velocity of 1,065 feet per second (fps) and 101 foot-pounds of muzzle energy. This round is also designed to provide shooters consistent hunting accuracy and stopping power in a single shot, and will reliably fire through any bolt action and most semi-automatic rifles. The new bullet is boxed in convenient 50-round plastic trays. This comes in 50rd boxes and 500rds to a brick.

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  • posted on by

    Excellent accuracy and good performance on small game.
    My "go to" ammo for squirrels.
    Quiet enough so I can hear the bullet smack a
    tree rat.

  • posted on by

    Great quiet, accurate, and deadly on small game.
    Cleanly takes squirrels and plenty accurate for
    head shots.
    Even takes tough groundhogs with a clean well places
    shot and won't disturb my liberal country neighbors. :>)

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    I love subsonic h.p. ammo. I've been shooting this
    brand for a good while and test h.p. ammo
    in water jugs and home made b-gel.
    This brand expands very well, has a very low report,
    takes squirrels with chest and head shots reliably.

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    Great 22 round that is just right for reduced noise. The hollow tip is good when shooting in wet environments and killing small varmits with ease. This is the first time I've tried the Winchester rounds but it certainly won't be the last as the price is affordable.

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    Years ago I bought a brick of these Subsonic rounds. Of course back then they were cheaper. I use them at the ranch for varmint control out of a silenced bolt action rifle, usually at night. All you hear is the click of the firing pin and then the bullet hitting down range. I try to perform head shots only and have plucked 3 or 4 coons off a feeder before they get nervous enough to leave. More than once they have evacuated the area heading straight toward my firing position. The remaining gang will show up the next night and the mission is repeated. The good thing is, this whole operation is so quiet that I have witnessed deer come to the feeder less than a minute after dropping a coon to the ground. These are great rounds and I highly suggest using these rounds when accuracy and low or no noise is required.

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    These are the best hunting round that there is and being a subsonic they are so quiet and the accuracy you will find that you can grind one hole at 50 yards with a good rifle. The hollow point is of a unique design that sounds like a bomb when it hits its target with amazing devastation.

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