Sellier & Bellot .22LR-Club 40 Grain Lead Round Nose 50 Rounds


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Product Description

Sellier & Bellot launches a brand new, modern technology for the manufacture of 22 Long Rifle cartridges.

Specifications and Features:

  • -Manufactured from precision, graphite-coated lead slug
  • Consistently precise bullet shape down to one hundredth of a millimeter
  • Precise bullet weight within a tolerance of 0.02 g
  • Minimum differences in bullet speed
  • Exact primer dose within 0.002 g
  • Propellants within 0.01 g
  • Cartridge: 22 Long Rifle
  • Quantity: 50 Round
  • Grain Weight: 40 Grains
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1070 Feet Per Second
  • Muzzle Energy: 102 Foot Pounds
  • Bullet Style: Lead Round Nose

This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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    Sellier & Bellot .22LR-Club 40 Grain Lead Round Nose 50 Rounds

    Posted by Tom on Oct 27th 2021

    This is a very accurate, and consistent rimfire bullet. Sellier & Bellot provides the true bullet specifications for the shooter. Shooting these rounds in two different rifles there was no doubt in the accuracy at both distances of 50 and 100 yards! To bad that I can't give this a 5-star rating. In my Mark II Savage, they were dead center at 50 yards, and at 100 yards, they were two bullet rounds off the same hole twice, with the Ruger Precision Rifle.
    A disturbing problem never before experienced prior to this with my Mark II, was surprised. The first 4 rounds would not eject from the chamber; they had to be extracted with a barrel ramrod after numerous attempts via the bolt action failed to eject the empty casings. There was no FTE with the Ruger! I have two other .22LR, guns that were not available for testing that day. Too bad for the first impression for a promising new, and economically priced bullet from a well-known ammo manufacturer!