Remington .22 Mag 40 Grain Pointed Soft Point – 50 Rounds (Box) [NO TAX outside Texas]

Original price was: $15.99.Current price is: $14.95.

($0.29 / per round)

.22 Magnum
Grain Weight:
40 Grains
50 Rounds
Boxes per Case:

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Ammo Specifications

.22 Magnum
Grain Weight
40 Grains
50 Rounds
Boxes per Case
Muzzle Velocity
1910 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy
324 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style
Poited Soft Point
Lead Free
Case Type

More Information on Remington .22 Magnum

Introducing Remington .22 Mag Ammunition, a versatile and dependable choice for hunters, plinkers, and target shooters alike. This ammunition is loaded with a 40-grain Pointed Soft Point (PSP) bullet, designed to expand on impact, delivering excellent penetration and terminal performance.

Each 50-count box is packed with rounds that offer a remarkable muzzle velocity of 1910 fps and a muzzle energy of 324 ft/lbs, ensuring a swift and effective trajectory for various shooting applications. Whether it’s varmint hunting, target practice, or general plinking, this .22 Mag ammunition is crafted to excel.

The brass casing not only assures smooth feeding and extraction but is also suitable for reloading, extending the life of your ammunition and allowing for customizations. Remington’s commitment to quality ensures that each round is produced to the highest standards, delivering consistent accuracy and performance.

Remington .22 Mag Ammunition connects tradition with innovation, creating a shooting experience that honors the legacy of one of America’s most trusted brands while meeting the demands of modern shooters.

Invest in a 50-round box of Remington .22 Mag Ammunition today and trust in the blend of accuracy, power, and reliability that only Remington can provide. Whether hunting, competing, or simply enjoying a day at the range, make every shot count with the tried and true excellence of Remington.


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