- 22 Long Rifle
CCI AMMO 22LR 40gr HV TGT LRN CLEAN-22 PINK 400b 8c
22 LR 40gr Lead Round Nose Clean-22™ Pink High Velocity Target Ammunition
The future of rimfire is here. CCI® Clean-22® uses an exclusive polymer bullet coating to greatly reduce copper and lead fouling in the barrel—without leaving a residue. It also cuts lead buildup in suppressors 60 to 80 percent. Both the Sub-Sonic and High Velocity loads feature a 40-grain round nose lead bullet with geometry that’s been optimized for accuracy. With dependable CCI priming and consistent propellant, Clean-22 provides flawless cycling through semi-automatics and all 22 LR firearms.
- Polymer bullet coating greatly reduces lead fouling in the barrel without leaving residue
- Cuts lead buildup in suppressors 60 to 80 percent
- 40-grain lead round nose bullets—red for High Velocity, blue for Sub-Sonic
- Optimized bullet geometry for improved accuracy
- Reliable function in semi-automatic firearms
- Great option both casual and competitive shooters
This is loaded ammunition.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Caliber: 22 LR
Bullet Weight: 40
Muzzle Velocity: 1235
Bullet Style: Lead Round Nose
Ballistic Coefficient: .130
Package Quantity: 400
Usage: Target Shooting
Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Solved the leading problem in Single Six
By Gurol Y.
on Apr 02, 2020
These are the same as the minimags except that they have a thick polymer coating rather than a 'copper wash' which helps to tighten up the gap in the cylinder chambers thus zero leading in the chamber after 200 rounds. The usual copper washing on minimags is too thin and gets gas cut easily and causes excessive leading after 50 rounds. I still get slight leading in the forcing cone and the rifling just after the cone, but that is easily cleaned up by switching to the magnum cylinder and running a cylinder of actual copper plated magnum rounds. If you don't have the magnum cylinder, CCI Stingers would also clean up the forcing cone and lets you keep shooting pretty much all day.
No need to mention these are much cleaner burning and will not leave any excessive carbon, just light gray ash like build up which can be wiped off easily with light solvent.
The very first batches of this stuff (with red coating) used to leave specks of red dust all over, but this purple stuff seems to have good adhesion, but again if you are using these in a semi-auto, you will probably see purple specks around the feed ramp depending on the feed geometry.
Loading seems very consistent, i have just finished my first case (3200 rounds, 8 jars of 400) and not a single failure to fire thanks to the heavy hitting hammer of a single action revolver...
I recommend you try these if you have leading problems in your revolver with other copper washed stuff.
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