CCI Quiet .22 LR 40gr LRN Ammunition /50
CCI is known for making some of the best rimfire ammunition on the market and the Quiet-22 ammunition is no exception. This quiet round produces a report that is 1/4 the perceived noise level compared to standard velocity 22 Long Rifle rounds; making this round perfect for backyard plinking, youth shooting, or shooting in areas where noise may be a concern. This round is ideal for shooters using bolt-actions or single shot rifles (but is perfectly safe in semi-automatics although it might not completely cycle the action). This subsonic ammunition is a perfect choice for shooting through your favorite rimfire suppressor. CCI Quiet ammunition is new production and non-corrosive.
Caliber: 22 Long Rifle
Type: Lead Round Nose
Rounds Per Box: 50
Muzzle Velocity: 710 fps
Muzzle Energy: 45 ft/lb
- Ultra-quiet plinking round in 22-caliber LR rifles
- 75% reduction in perceived noise of standard velocity .22 LR
- Standard CCI .22 LR case
- Excellent accuracy and low velocity (710 feet per second)
- Better performance than an air rifle with similar noise levels
- No hearing protection required
- Great for backyard plinking and introducing youth to the shooting sports
- Ideal for legal shooting areas where noise may be a concern
About the Manufacturer
CCI, understands what you want and need. When it comes to ammunition and components no one beats us at our game. We offer the best selection in all shooting sports. While other companies sat on century-old technology and performance, we revived rimfire with exciting, high-performance products.
It all started when Richard "Dick" Speer's enterprising led him to establish CCI in 1951. He provided a steady source of component primers to reloaders. Today we continue being the leader in rimfire ammunition thanks to our innovation, determination and resourcefulness.
Richard "Dick" Speer (1915-1994) possessed a remarkable talent for things mechanical. He was a machinist at Boeing Aircraft's Seattle plant when he realized that his brother Vernon's success in the component bullet business (Speer Bullets) meant there was money to be made in reloading.
There were a number of proprietary rifle cartridge designs (like the Weatherby and Newton) that were not supported by the "big" ammo companies. Dick Speer decided to make cases to service this small but active market. He left Seattle and joined Vernon in Lewiston, Idaho. In a small room at the Speer Bullets plant, he began production of these special cases using an impact extrusion process.
After two name changes, Speer and his partner Arvid Nelson settled on the name Cascade Cartridges, Inc., or CCI.
|Manufacturer Part #
|Lead Round Nose
|Units per Box
|Units per Case
|4 × 4 × 4 in
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