Sorry, but LR. Makes sense. If I'm going to get a bunch, might as well get something that might be a little better.Not much difference if your just plinking, but if your serious about good .22 ammo, CCI is hard to beat. I’m guessing your not asking about the differences in .22 long, .22 long rifle, or .22 short, correct?
Huge variation! Like all things you get what you pay for. If you want subMOA, you may get it, if the rifle will let you.After all these years, I've never shot 22's very much. But, have a new one and was wondering if there's any difference in ammo. Or, is it all pretty much the same? Thanks
That is why you have to let the rifle decide. I have a Marlin 60 that will amaze you with the Remington stuff. Minute of grouse head at 50 yards plus easy.mtmuleyGave up on Remington rimfire ammo years ago. Tried it again a year or so ago and was still disappointed. My go-to plinking ammo is Federal Blue bulk pack in the 525ct boxes. CCI mini mag hollow point is what all my rifles get sighted in for hunting and pest control.
I agree. I shoot some small bore competitions and also some fun matches out to 200 yards. Ammo makes all the difference. Eley match / black box isn’t cheap, but it’s shot really well for me 8n my rifles.Huge variation! Like all things you get what you pay for. If you want subMOA, you may get it, if the rifle will let you.
For small game, I strongly recommend subsonic hollow points (esp. Eley, google Killough Shooting Sports for best prices on all things Eley).
If you want some cheap CCI minimags and similar, I have a bunch I want to sell. Not sure how to get it to you however. (Fed Ex ground?)