Federal Ammunition 22LR 36gr Copper Plated, 550ct

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Federal Ammunition 22LR 36gr Copper Plated, 550ct
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  • Great for plinking
  • Reliable
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    When plinking is the name of the game, you don't need match-grade accuracy. Just use Federal Ammunition 22LR 36gr Copper Plated. It's reliable ammunition to have some fun.

    Federal Ammunition 22LR 36gr Copper Plated, 550ct:

    • Great for plinking
    • Reliable

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    Model No.: 750
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.5 x 2.8 x 4.0
    Origin of Components: USA
    Walmart No.: 907848
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    by Moe 11/24/2012
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    • A. Informal shooting at various targets.
      by mrranger125/26/2015
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    • A. Plinking refers to informal target shooting done at nonstandard targets such as tin cans, glass bottles, and balloons filled with water. The term is an onomatopoeia of the sound a bullet or other projectile makes when hitting a tin can, or other similar target, referring to the sharp, metallic sound, known as a "plink".
      by wellstocked5/26/2015
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    • A. Shooting targets for fun.
      by FLEO5/26/2015
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    • A. Plinking refers in informal target practice, often times paper targets are substituted for targets that's more reactive, such as a bottles, cans, or fruit. There are also proper reactive steel targets that reacts with sound and visible movement with each hit. The name comes from the noise a bullet would make pinging a reactive steel target.
      by ammoman0685/21/2015
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    • A. Plinking is a term used for informal target shooting. You can have a target swinger or some kind of moving target when hit. That is referred to as Plinking.
      by majora5/21/2015
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    • A. It means target shooting. Not hunting or for sport but for cheap fun.
      by helderman865/26/2015
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    • A. The term "Plinking" is derived from the sound caused by light caliber firearms shooting steel targets.. Basically in a nutshell it's target shooting that isn't super accurate.. shooting a tin can in the back yard would qualify as Plinking.. if you're looking for something that goes *bang* reliably, and is pretty accurate, go for "plinking" grade. If you're looking for ammo that is reliable, super consistent and very accurate from 75-150 Yds, then "Target" grade ammo would be your choice. If you're looking to put two bullets thru the same hole, or if you are shooting very long distances accurately (+150yds), you will want to go up to "match" grade ammo. Keep in mind, Plinking ammo will get the job done and cheap, (especially if your okay with an occasional dud or oddball round) and is great for the range. For self defense, or once-in-a-lifetime shots where you need absolute performance though, make sure you have ammo that can do it's job. Hope that answered any grading questions you have! Good luck and happy shooting!
      by AvesLockAndKey5/25/2015
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    • A. Plinking generally means to go target shooting (paper targets), not self defense.
      by Cheapskate875/21/2015
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    • A. In most cases it means target practice,or shooting for the fun of it.
      by aniwaya5/26/2015
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    • A. plinking means fun shooting, tin cans at dump, paper at a range, just shhoting or plinking can be fun, BUT never over look the fact that safty is always # one and for sure select a safe place with nothing within 500 yds, or an back stop would be best.
      by Outlaw3575/21/2015
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    by an anonymous customer 10/2/2012
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    • A. Yes, the solid bullet weighs 40 gr.
      by mrranger124/29/2015
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    • A. Yes, and pretty decent castings at that versus some of the .22 LR HP's that you see out there that look like a wadcutter with a dimple in the top. Happy Shooting!
      by AvesLockAndKey4/29/2015
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    • A. Yes, they are hollow point.
      by Cheapskate875/4/2015
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    • A. All hollow point.
      by IndyHunter4/29/2015
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    • A. From the picture on the box; it would appear that they are indeed hollow point. that is that they have a somewhat flat tip whereas with a pointed tip they would be copper plated solid tip. i find it odd that it is not specified on the description. if you go to federalpremium.com (the bullet manufacturer website) they have them all listed as to what bullet style is in each box.and the only .22 LR 36grain count are in fact HP. so i am willing to bet that the bullets in this box are indeed hollow points.
      by An anonymous customer4/29/2015
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    • A. Yes. 36 grain, copper plated, MV 1260 FPS
      by Pistoleer4/29/2015
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    • A. more of a pinhole than a hollow cavity. Very accurate though.
      by juancabeza4/29/2015
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    • A. yes
      by momdad764/29/2015
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    How many boxes of these comes in a "case". I want to order a case. 000907848 22 LR 36 grain copper plated Thank you
    by Doug 10/5/2012
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    • A. You cannot "order" ammo of any sort, in any quantity, from Walmart....PERIOD!
      by AllenH5/15/2015
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    • A. 10.
      by mrranger125/15/2015
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    • A. A box is 50 rounds of ammunition. A brick is 550 rounds of ammunition. A case is 5,500 rounds of ammunition. Going by that, there are 110 boxes to a case. However this specific load is not sold by a box, the smallest is a 550 round brick. 10 bricks to a case, that never changes with any kind of bulk ammunition. I used to buy this stuff by the case back when they were $100 by the case. Now its so expensive! But it's the same great stuff!
      by ammoman0685/15/2015
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    • A. Generally 10 boxes can be considered a case. All ammo purchases must be made in person at the Walmart store.
      by Cheapskate875/15/2015
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    • A. 10 small boxes of 50.
      by aniwaya5/15/2015
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    • A. It chronographed ten shots average velocity of 1179 fps. with a high of 1223 and a low of 1153
      by An anonymous customer4/29/2015
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