Ammo Deals: CCI Rimfire, .22 Short, CPHP, 27 Grain, 100 Rounds $8.07 Member FREE S&H

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CCI Rimfire, .22 Short, CPHP, 27 Grain, 100 Rounds Deal
CCI Rimfire, .22 Short, CPHP, 27 Grain, 100 Rounds Deal

USA – -( Sportsmans Guide has 100 round packs of CCI Rimfire, .22 Short, CPHP, 27 Grain ammunition in stock and shipping for $8.07 a case. All club member orders $49+ ship free!

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Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 10549
  • Mfg. Number: 0028
  • UPC: 076683000286
  • Caliber: .22 Short Ammo
  • Bullet Weight: 27 grain
  • Bullet Style: CPHP
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,105 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 73 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 100

Ammo Deals: CCI Rimfire, .22 Short, CPHP, 27 Grain, 100 Rounds $8.07 Member FREE S&H

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Boxer primed and reloadable…. NOT.

Dave in Fairfax

Fixed it. I don’t know how that got by us.


This is a good opportunity to lay hands on some good .22 Short ammo!

“• Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable”
Really? Where can I get a set of dies for these?
Sorry, had to have some fun with that.


Zackley, I’d bet on those being a “special order”… The ironic part is that Beatoff O’Rourke wouldn’t have notice ANYTHING wrong with the ad, nor would any of the other Dem/socialist gun control know it alls….

Ryben Flynn

Who still uses .22 Short? Sure, I have a Stevens Westpoint Model 121 single shot that can use short, long and long rifle. It was made in 1966, but I only use .22LR in it. My Father bought it for me on my 16th. Birthday in 1967 for varmint control in the garden.


I have a NAA mini-revolver in .22 Short. Also, in SHTF times, a .22 Short from a bolt action rifle (.22 S, L, or LR) will take out small game or an adversary with a head shot with a very weak audible report. Less likely to bring zombies.

Dave in Fairfax

Exactly. Anyone who wants to avoid drawing attention to themselves. Any of my revolvers, break-actions or bolt actions, and one of my semi-autos will run on shorts. MUCH quieter than anything except one of my air guns.


Oh crap. I didn’t notice they were .22 short. Lucky thing for me that they were already sold out!


10 months ago I bought good quality .22LR ammo from Brownells for 3¢ a shell. I’m glad I stocked up because no way i will spend 3 times that for shorts. Not even boxer shorts.

Dave in Fairfax

It didn’t say Boxer when you read it, but thanks for piling on.