cci maxi mag 22 wmr
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The cci maxi mag 22 wmr is a better and powerful version of the much earlier .22 WRF ammunitions . Despite frequent claims to the contrary, it cannot be safely used in any firearm except those specifically chambered for it. Even firearms chambered for the .22 WRF are not suitable; for one thing, the case lengths are different, and the fact that the cartridge fits into the chamber does not guarantee that using the wrong cartridge is either safe or effective.
The coating technology that made rimfire clean is now being used to extend the range and power of 22 WMR. New Maxi-Mag Segmented HP uses an exclusive polymer bullet coating to greatly reduce copper and lead fouling in the barrelwithout leaving a residue. It also cuts lead buildup in suppressors 60 to 80 percent. The load’s 46-grain Segmented Hollow Point splits into three equal-size pieces on impact tripling the number of wound channels. The polymer bullet coating allows this separation at much lower velocities and longer distances than a conventional copper jacket. The bullet’s overall geometry is optimized for accuracy and dependable CCI priming and propellant provide flawless cycling through semi-automatics and all 22 WMR firearms.
Commonly available in retail stores, the selection and availability of the .22 WMR nevertheless do not match the popular .22 Long Rifle. Furthermore, .22 WMR is typically much more expensive than .22 LR per round, though it is comparable to .17 HMR, which is much more similar in overall performance, and is less expensive than .22 caliber centerfire ammunition. Because many of the rifles that are chambered for the .22 WMR have tubular magazines, the bullet noses generally are flat or at least blunt to allow smooth feeding and reduce damage to the bullet. Although a pointed bullet in a rimfire cartridge will not contact the primer of the round in front of it (which is a hazard with centerfire cartridges in a tubular magazine), the manufacturer’s stamp is in the middle of the base of a rimfire cartridge, and this may interfere with pointed metal bullets in a tube. However, Remington, CCI, and Hornady now produce bullet designs with 30 or 33-grain (2.1 g) polymer plastic ballistic tips that reduce the hazards of pointed ammunition in tubular magazines.
-Maximum energy transfer on impact
- Brand: CCI
- Caliber: .22 WRM
- Bullet Weight: 46 grain
- Bullet Type: Segmented Hollow Point (SHP)
- Muzzle Velocity: 1850 ft/s
- Cartridge Material: Brass
- Number of Rounds: 50 rounds
- Package Type: Box