Aguila - 22 LR Standard Velocity SuperExtra LRN 40 Gr 50 Rounds
Aguila Ammunition has been dedicated to making reliable and quality ammo since 1961. Headquartered in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico, Aguila is one of the largest rimfire manufacturers in the world. However, Aguila also specializes in centerfire and shotshells as well. Offering a wide variety of ammo such as self defense, recreational, hunting, law enforecment, and military, Aguila has the ammunition you need. This 40 grain standard velocity round is a great option for plinking and target shooting as it is guranteed to deliver maximum performance at a low-end price.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 26th 2018
Ran these thru my Beretta M9A1 flawlessly...
Nice easy transaction.
Posted by Cops Dig Me on Dec 19th 2017
I received an offer email from ammoking about the impending BS ammo restrictions coming my way via the thumbsuckers up in our State capital. So i thought, way not pick up some plinking rim fire. 22's. So i entered the amount i requested - it was in stock. Calculated shipping and bought it. Merchandise arrived ahead of schedule and i really like the way it was packed.
Good Ammo So far no Issues
Posted by Unknown on Nov 3rd 2017
I have shot about 300 rounds of this ammo with out issue for the price very good. Also shipping was very fast .
Five star ammo.
Posted by B. on Aug 7th 2017
Great quality for such a low price. Accurate, clean, affordable, quick shipping service. Best deal, no doubt!
Best bang for your buck
Posted by A.J. on Jul 31st 2017
When the ammo arrived, I noticed that it was Aguila primed, not Elley primed like in the product picture. After putting 300 rounds through my Phoenix Arms HP22A, not a single misfire or malfunction of any kind. Powder has a "sweet" smell to it. All in all, seems like a good looking, solidly manufatured round. Projectile doesn't spin in the brass. Delivery was a day early and packed very well. I would recommend this product. For some reason Aguila has their boxes marked if a few diffrent ways, or the packaging has changed over time.The product picture here has "solid point" on it, the ammo I've recieved had "extra extra" marked in its place. Also, no velocities marked on the box, but there are some YouTube videos and info on Aguila's website to assist with that. Hope this review helps someone : )