NORMA AMMO 22LR 24gr LEADFREE 50/bx 100/cs

NORMA AMMO 22LR 24gr LEADFREE 50/bx 100/cs
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Product Information

Highest muzzle velocity on the Market

Lead-free is quickly becoming more and more popular in rimfire hunting rounds. Lighter bullets with higher velocity makes these new hunting rounds perfect choices in the varmint category. Flat trajectories and astonishing accuracy makes ECO Speed-22 fun and effective ammo to shoot with and the effect with these lead-free rounds is amazing.

100% Lead free - even the primer

The new NORMA ECO Speed-22 cartridge penetrates with up to 58% increased velocity. The 100% lead free round offers a deadly effect and is the perfect choice for small game hunting and plinking. The cartridge features a 24.7gr zinc copperplated bullet and a nickel-plated brass case. It has been developed for single shot, bolt action and semi-auto rifles.


  • Muzzle velocity exceeding all others on the market
  • Solid Zinc Bullet with copper plating
  • Reliable high quality nickel-plated brass case for consistand gun cycling
  • 100% lead-free, even including the primer, making it unique on the market

This is loaded ammunition.


WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Technical Notes

Caliber: .22 LR

Bullet Type: Zinc core, Copper plated

Weight: 24 grain

Case Type: Brass

Muzzle velocity: 1,706 fps

Muzzle energy: 155 ft. lbs.

Lead Free

Quantity: 50

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 1 stars

Marginal Accuracy, Unimpressive Velocity

By Bill C. on Jan 26, 2022
I don't like writing bad reviews of products - especially from reputable manufacturers, but in this instance, the numbers tell the tale. Unfortunately, Norma ECO Speed was disappointing for both velocity and accuracy. To assess velocity, I chronographed this ammunition alongside CCI Stinger and CCI Segmented HP ammunition. Ambient temperature was 58 degrees. The ammunition was shot through a Winchester 72A rifle with a 25 inch barrel. Average velocity for 5 rounds was: CCI Stinger - 1578.4 FPS, CCI Segmented HP - 1520.2 FPS, Norma Eco Speed-22 - 1346 FPS.

To evaluate accuracy, I fired this ammunition in 2 different semi-auto rifles of documented accuracy. At 50 yards, one grouped 5 rounds in 4.5 inches with some bullets appearing to have struck the paper at an angle. The other rifle grouped 5 rounds in 2.5 inches. By contrast, these rifles will group 5 rounds of CCI Standard Velocity in less than a half-inch at 50 yards all day long. I also fired this ammunition in 3 different bolt action rifles at 25 yards. Each of these rifles will shoot one-hole groups at 50 yards. Groups were still marginal: 3 rounds touching and 2 flyers that opened the group to an inch; 3 in .5 inch and 2 flyers for a 2 inch group; and one that grouped 1.25 inches. Finally, I tried 5 rounds in a Ruger Mark IV pistol and had 2 failures to feed. This was especially disappointing since this particular Mark IV shoots Norma Tac-22 very, very well.

So there we have it: low velocity, mediocre groups from 5 rifles of proven accuracy, and 40% failure to feed from a high quality pistol. My experience says that this ammunition is an expensive disappointment. It may be a viable product for short-range use where lead-free ammunition is mandatory, but I do not plan to buy any more of it.
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