Some very good precision 22 LR cartridges with the Browning PRO22 designation are available! This round’s bullet is straightforward for a 40 grain lead round nose; it lacks a nose cavity that would reduce its aerodynamics and a copper coating that might have small concentricity faults.
The subsonic muzzle velocity of this bullet is what actually contributes to its accuracy. A bullet cannot develop a wobble that impairs its trajectory if it totally avoids going transonic. A subsonic cartridge like this also produces a softer report, which is a great plus. Fantastic if you’re showing a kid the ropes!
The bullets in this ammunition are crimped into the case openings. This helps to ensure more constant alignment with the rifling by preventing recoil from shortening the seating depths of the rounds. This competitive quality ammunition is created in America and comes in boxes of 100 rounds and cases of 20 boxes. Nobody has ever claimed that 2,000 22 LR bullets are excessive.