50rds - 22 Mag CCI 30gr. V-Max Polymer Tip Ammo


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50rds - 22 Mag CCI 30gr. V-Max Polymer Tip Ammo Details

Perfect for groundhogs, prairie dogs, rabbits, and squirrels, this .22 Magnum (WMR) ammunition by CCI features V-Max projectiles with a polymer tip. Engineered specifically for varmints, V-Max bullets are known for their explosive expansion and enhanced accuracy. Each 30 grain bullet has a polymer tip designed to flatten in-flight trajectory and initiate terminal expansion.

Located in Lewiston, Idaho, CCI has been a respected name in rimfire ammunition for generations and continues to set the industry bar with these varmint loads. Each round produces a muzzle velocity of 2200 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 322 foot pounds. Non-corrosive and brass cased, this ammunition comes packaged in 50 rounds boxes.

  • Manufacturer
  • Condition
  • Bullet Weight
    30 Grain
  • Bullet Type
    Polymer Tipped
  • Use Type
    Varmint Hunting
  • Casing Type
  • Quantity
  • Ammo Caliber
    22 Magnum (WMR)
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  • Primer Type
  • Muzzle Velocity
  • Muzzle Energy
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  • Cost Per Round


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    posted on by Shanon.d

    I purchased the .22 mag expecting what was pictured. Upon delivery, plastic .22 mag case was damaged/ broken with loose rds. from being packaged with 15lb. metal AR ammo can. I expected better packaging, there was no barrier/separation between the two items. Common sense would have predicted the outcome, Ammo to go should and could do a better packaging job to prevent this from happening. I called and was told that this occurs often- too bad.

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