Ammo InStock: 1000 Rnds CCI 22LR Subsonic HP 40Gr 1050FPS Ammo $211.89 Flat Rate S&H

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CCI 22LR Subsonic HP 40Gr 1050FPS Ammo Sale May2021
CCI 22LR Subsonic HP 40Gr 1050FPS Ammo

USA – -( Kentucky Gun Co has a make-your-own offer on 10 boxes or 1000 rounds of CCI 22LR Subsonic HP 40Gr 1050FPS Ammo with flat rate shipping all for $211.89. That is $0.211 each a round. This is a make-your-own deal and buying 10 at a time makes the flat rate shipping the right price.

CCI 22LR Subsonic HP 40Gr AmmoBuy Now Gun Deals

CCI is known in the shooting sports industry for having reliable ammunition that delivers exceptional performance time and time again.


  • Special 40 grain lead hollow point nose at 1050 ft/sec
  • Trajectory matches most target loads to 50 yards
  • Large HP cavity for reliable expansion at sub-sonic velocity without fragmentation
  • Quieter than high-speed 22 LR hollow point loads
  • Clean-burning propellants keep actions cleaner
  • Sure-fire CCI priming
  • Reusable plastic box with dispenser lid


  • Caliber: 22 LR
  • Grains: 40
  • Bullet Type: LHP
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1050
  • Box Count: 100

At 1050 feet per second and an energy rating of 98 ft. lbs. at the muzzle, the Subsonic is quieter than most high speed hollow points, and its special nose cavity is designed for high retained weights and classic mushrooming at subsonic velocities. It’s great for varminting and works in any rimfire rifle or handgun that functions with CCI’s standard velocity ammunition. This ammunition is new production and non-corrosive.

Ammo InStock: 1000 Rnds CCI 22LR Subsonic HP 40Gr 1050FPS Ammo $211.89 Flat Rate S&H

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WI Patriot

3x more than I allow myself to pay, no thanks…


It’s not that we dont appreciate the effort, but the prices are enough to induce depression.
It went from a fun pastime, to being an expensive money-pit.
Target practice is now almost as expensive as an evening out for dinner.
Maybe not .22 but 9’s sure as heck are.
Dont even mention the words rifle ammo.
No end in site that I can see.


glad I saw things getting bad, when 22 went from 1/4 cent per round to 1/2 cent I asked manager at fw Woolworth how I could get old price, he said buy a pallet,so I did; still shooting off that for 22. Hunting loads I have done myself my whole life taught by my grandfather, kept current by reading

Last edited 1 year ago by swmft

Gee, I remember back in 2008 when 525 Remington were 18 to 23 dollars depending where you bought them and then the ammo shortage hit and they were selling by a$$holes that bought them up and resold them for 100 dollars. Ya, I remember. Still haven’t bought a 22 round since before then and still haven’t shot my 22. Guess I need to go burn up a couple 100 round boxes to make sure they still work.


I think I paid $.21 for a 50-round box of 22 shorts – but that was many years ago 🙁


Exactly twice the the price it should be!

JD Keene

One year ago, per round: 45ACP – $0.30, 9mm – $0.20, 22LR – $0.04, 223 rem – $0.30 ( Ammo Manufacturers are sponsoring NASCAR racers with their windfall profits. Why do they even need to advertise with demand like it is? Why are they not building new production capacity with 5M + new gun owners? Why are they following strategies that will destroy the shooting sports? A lot of folks will have guns and a box of ammo in the dresser to “defend” themselves, but they will not know how to use those guns because they could not afford the… Read more »