222 Bullets

222 Remington bullets --- Introduced as part of America’s first rimless cartridge in 1950, it was a mainstay in the target shooting scene until its popularity gradually tapered off in the 1970s. (Its case would eventually serve as the basis for the 223 Rem.) Today, the 222 Rem remains a favorite among many varmint hunters, but its relative scarcity in America means you had better handload if you’re going to master the round’s performance.

With its case that accommodates 27 grains, a 222 Rem can achieve muzzle velocities ranging from around 2,600 to 3,400 fps depending on propellant charge and bullet weight. The .224” bullet commonly belongs to one of five weight classes: 34/35 grain, 40 grain, 50/52 grain, 55 grain, and 60 grain. Enthusiast can enjoy loading a variety of the leading manufacturers’ bullets including Ballistic Tip, V-MAX, BlitzKing, TSX, and Varmint Grenade.

The 222 Rem’s tack driving accuracy, light recoil, and fast velocity all make it a fine choice for ground squirrels up to coyote. Whether it’s an ideal round for medium game is still the subject of debate, although its comfortable recoil makes it a natural selection for younger shooters whose frames can’t soak up too much kick. Regardless of its velocity or weight the 222 Rem’s bullet can not be counted upon to conquer even a smaller deer’s shoulder blade, so taking advantage of its superior accuracy to strike a vital organ is key.

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  1. Magtech .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain FMJ – 1000 Count

    Regular Price: $100.00

    Special Price: $79.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 8.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 1000
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Manufacturer Magtech

    This is not loaded ammunition. These are component bullets and cannot be fired as-is. Please only order them if you are handloader (or need a good gift for a handloader).

    Since their foundation in 1990, Magtech has become one of the world’s largest ammunition brands. It sure doesn’t hurt that they’re the flagship label of the CBC Group, which also owns Sellier & Bellot and Metallwerk Elisenhütte Nassau.

    The Brazilian giant doesn’t load all of their bullets, however. They bundled up 1,000 of their freshly minted .224” diameter projectiles for the discerning handloader who’s stocking up components for 5.56x45, 223 Rem, or one of several other rifle cartridges.

    This is the basic, plain FMJ you want for your next 1,000 range loads. Magtech fits a concentric gilding metal jacket around a solid lead core so you can enjoy consistent target-grade accuracy the next time you aim your AR-15. Or load these bullets if you want to bulk up your self-defense cache!

    Customer Reviews

    GREAT VALUE

    These are great for plinking rounds. Weights are consistent and they are uniform consistently. Did not have a bad one in the entire lot.

    Review by RED (Posted on 5/23/2022)

    Fast shipment and accurate order delivered.

    Very easy to process order and delivery of product was a day sooner than indicated. Many customers trying to keep this site a secret so they can enjoy for themselves. Hard to keep a good company from getting popular.

    Review by Self sufficient (Posted on 5/6/2022)

    Bullets look excellent.

    I can't tell the difference between these bullets and the Hornady bullets.

    Review by Rey (Posted on 5/3/2022)

    Good uniform bullets, load nice in my Dillon Rl550b price ,

    For plinking and general range use, for varmint, for plain good accuracy. Consistent weight, hell what’s not to like? I’ll be buying more for sure. The price is great too!

    Review by Lance (Posted on 4/27/2022)

    Widners

    Product is good and Wideners Service is Outstanding, fast shipping and Professional Personnel on staff!
    Thank You Widener!!!

    Review by Joe C (Posted on 4/24/2022)

    Great value for range ammo

    Bought a bunch of these to replenish my inventory. Weighed a few & they're pretty consistent. Haven't loaded a bunch, but cannelure appear to be pretty uniform too.

    Review by Rise (Posted on 4/24/2022)

    bullets are slightly inconsistent but fine for my shooting

    worked good great price

    Review by oldman 5000 (Posted on 4/18/2022)

    Very nice bullets

    Great looking bullets for the range

    Review by jwohwell (Posted on 4/17/2022)

    Zero Complaints

    Came quick. Look great. Work great. Happy dude. Will be placing more orders.

    Review by Pat from Utah (Posted on 2/3/2022)

    Order arrived promptly and in good condition.

    Very pleased with quick shipment and will order again in the future.

    Review by Charles C (Posted on 1/23/2022)

    Product is great

    Glad to be a customer.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 1/19/2022)

    consistent quality

    Good consistent bullet weight. Good price.

    Review by .223 (Posted on 1/19/2022)

    5 stars for Widener's

    It's not that the bullets are special, but this was my first order from Widener's. Ordered on Monday, delivered on Wednesday. Better prices, faster shipping. Will definitely be back!

    Review by Robert (Posted on 1/13/2022)

    Great bullets' love the quality

    Great items love the way they seat

    Review by none (Posted on 12/27/2021)

    5 star

    Wideners is very fast!

    Review by Randy (Posted on 12/27/2021)

    Good bullets at a good price

    Only shot about 200 so far, but they are as accurate as any other bullet I have used out of my 5.56. Came packaged in 100 round zip lock bags, which I thought was a nice touch. Would highly recommend, at least out to 200 yards. I haven’t shot them for longer distances yet.

    Review by Scubadude (Posted on 12/26/2021)

    Great option for range ammo.

    I loaded these bullets into once-fired brass and they loaded consistently on the bench and performed well on the range. I thought they were well priced (considering current market pricing) and a good value as measured against performance. They were the least expensive bullet I found at the time of my search. I bought 1,000 of them, loaded them up, and have fired about 200 of them. Again, a good performer in my M4. I would definitely buy again.

    Review by Jim (Posted on 12/7/2021)

  2. Hornady .224 Bullets - 62 Grain FMJ – 5500 Count

    $579.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 10.5¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 62 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 5500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22760B

    Take care! This is not loaded ammunition that you can fire right out of the box. These are 5,500 component bullets for hobbyists who load their own ammunition.

    Hornady makes some mighty fine ammo, largely due to the fact that they make some mighty fine bullets. Why not put that good old-fashioned Nebraskan know-how to work the next 5,500 times you load a round for your own AR-15?

    This is Hornady’s .224” diameter full metal jacket bullet. The FMJ features Hornady’s signature Advanced Manufacturing Process jacket, which has essentially no variation in its concentricity or wall thickness. And it’s a strong jacket at that – unlike other manufacturers’ target grade bullets, Hornady’s FMJ greatly resists splintering apart as it penetrates its target. If you’re a prepper mass-producing your own SHTF loads, take note that this bullet punches a little harder than the rest!

    Seating this bullet is easy thanks to the clean cannelure girdling its shank. Hornady even put a little boat tail on there to give your handloads a higher ballistic coefficient! And at 62 grains, this component bullet is ideal if you want to load ammo to M855 specs.

    Customer Reviews

    Don't put lose bullets in a cardboard box.

    I received a damaged box with bullets falling out. I would recommend bagging them for future costumers. I would estimate that a 100+ bullets are lost, with 5500 I wasn't going to stress about it.

    Review by ALO (Posted on 9/30/2021)

    62 FMJ Hornady

    Very consistent when seating to hit the cannelure just perfect to form a nice roll crimp. I do trim my brass to get them to the same length. These are the among best quality bulk bullets on the market. Armscor and Sierra are good too but I like the Hornadys the best.

    Review by Russ (Posted on 6/19/2021)

    Very good deal. Would recommend to anyone.

    Hornady is a very good brand. I have had good success with hornady for a long time. Would reccomend this brand to anyone.

    Review by Fast45 (Posted on 1/19/2021)

    Great Service

    Excellent quality and a pretty good price considering some of the price gouging going on in the ammunition industry.

    Review by Marcus (Posted on 1/18/2021)

  3. Speer .224 Diameter Bullets - 75 Grain TMJ – 2000 Count

    Regular Price: $385.00

    Special Price: $269.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 13.5¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 75 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 2000
    Bullet Type Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 22475TMJ

    Speer made these .224 diameter bullets specifically with America’s most popular rifle cartridge in mind! At 75 grains they are optimal for loading long range rounds, and a skilled reloader can likely make these bullets’ ballistics work for non-223 cartridges as well.

    These bullets feature the total metal jackets that Speer is famous for. The Idahoan manufacturer implements a special electrochemical process to cover each bullet’s lead core entirely in a durable, even jacket. Unlike an FMJ, the TMJ additionally shields the core of the bullet at the base. This prevents deformation that could harm accuracy during ignition, as well as the evaporation of lead that leads to accelerated bore fouling. It also prevents the creation of lead vapors that you’re better off not breathing in!

    Speer is in control of their manufacturing process. They mean it when they say their bullet weighs 75 grains, and these bullets boast a highly standardized .725” length.

    Please note: This is a case of component bullets for handloading. Please do not order these bullets if you want loaded ammo that you can fire right out of the box!

    Customer Reviews

    Very Good Bullets

    A great buy @ 20.00 a box. Loaded with CFE 223 an getting over 2800 at the muzzle. Would definitely buy agan. Great shooting bullets.

    Review by greenwrench (Posted on 10/26/2020)

  4. Speer .224" Diameter Bullets - 50 Grain Spitzer SP - 100 Count

    Speer .224" Diameter Bullets - 50 Grain Spitzer SP - 100 Count

    $16.00

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 16.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 50 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 222 Rem
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Spitzer Soft Point (SSP)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 1029

  5. Speer .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain TMJ – 100 Count

    $16.00

    In stock

    • Buy 10 at $14.25 /each and save
    Cost Per Bullet 14.3¢ to 16.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 22455TMJ

    Please note: This is not loaded ammunition. These are component bullets for handloading. You can not fire them straight out of the box.

    Don’t settle for a full metal jacket when you could have a total metal jacket. This .224” diameter bullet by Speer is 100 percent jacketed in copper, which means it doesn’t leave the lead in its core exposed to hot propellant gasses during ignition.

    A TMJ offers three unique benefits that a FMJ does not. It prevents ignition from deforming its base, thus keeping its streamlined profile intact. It prevents ignition from evaporating the lead in its core, which will keep your breathing space a lot less toxic. It furthermore prevents lead residue from accumulating in the barrel, so you can enjoy greater accuracy throughout the duration of your target shooting session!

    At 0.725” long, this 55 grain bullet makes a swell choice for loading 223 Rem, 5.56x45, and a variety of other rifle cartridges. Great for competition as well as plain old plinking when no one’s looking!

    Customer Reviews

    projectile weight varies

    I weighed 6 projectiles from each box. The weight varied by as much as 4 grains. Not what I expected from Speer.

    Review by Dennis Johnson (Posted on 3/22/2021)

    Great bullets

    Great bullets. Great company. Fast shipping. Should highly recommend

    Review by Brandon M (Posted on 3/17/2021)

    Good bullet. Good weight and.dia across the board.

    Weight was pretty accurate. Impressive bullet striking +/- .0002" I. Load them a little light, they worked great. Thanks

    Review by Gino G (Posted on 3/10/2021)

    Great product!

    Great all around product

    Review by J.J. (Posted on 3/9/2021)

    .223 bullets

    Good prices and fast shipping. Will definitely order from Wideners again.

    Review by Rick (Posted on 3/8/2021)

    Nice bullets, they look good.

    Bullets look good, as soon as I can find primers will load a few and see how well I like them. But just off looks they should be just fine.

    Review by Dennis (Posted on 3/7/2021)

    Good bullets reasonable cost

    Decent bullets and priced ok all things considered right now.

    Review by Shooter (Posted on 3/7/2021)

    Great product at a reasonable price. I have already recommended Widbers to others.

    The bullets shipped and I received them very fast. Very nice reloading supplies at a great price.

    Review by Terry (Posted on 3/3/2021)

    got it on time, and exactly what I wanted

    package arrived on time, and complete.
    bullets are what I wanted, and work well.

    Review by guyval (Posted on 3/2/2021)

    Work well

    Did the job on targets

    Review by RedNeck (Posted on 3/2/2021)

    Good shipping

    Good shipping response time in a time where reloading components is hard to get

    Review by Shooter 2021 (Posted on 3/2/2021)

    Keep it up!

    I would do an offer for returning customers. Something like a discount or free shipping on orders over 100$

    Review by Bradley Coburn (Posted on 3/1/2021)

    Excellent experience

    Would buy again

    Review by Cman (Posted on 3/1/2021)

    Speer Bullets

    Looked around a bit, Ammo and supplies are getting harder to find. Ordered the .224 55 grain speer bullets from you all, they were in stock and arrived in really good time. Appreciate you having a stock.

    Review by Brett (Posted on 3/1/2021)

    Great quality.

    It was great finding these bullets in a time when reloading is the only way of finding ammo in shortage. Will be buying other caliburs as they become abailable.

    Review by Sonup (Posted on 3/1/2021)

    Quality bullets at a good price. They loaded well.

    Good purchase.

    Review by Trey (Posted on 2/28/2021)

    Had them in stock Wow! Good value fast shipping.

    Title says it all. Found some in stock and fairly reasonable.

    Review by Duane (Posted on 2/28/2021)

    I haven't had a chance to go shooting them waiting on small rifle primers

    Overall they look like a superior product...

    Review by Brooks (Posted on 2/24/2021)

    Great service all around

    great to do business with look forward to having a long relationship with Widener;s

    Review by Fred (Posted on 2/21/2021)

    Excellence all the way a "round"

    Excellent product. Accurate and easily reloaded. Excellent service from Widener, quick delivery, competitive pricing.

    Review by Jesse (Posted on 2/9/2021)

    excellent service

    placed order and never had to worry if we would get...We love companies like this

    Review by doc (Posted on 12/14/2020)

    Great service

    The product is great by design, and the service is even better.

    Review by Airborne Daddy (Posted on 12/13/2020)

    great product

    Worked fine with my brass

    Review by Ronbo (Posted on 12/10/2020)

    Great product

    Everything was great!! Shipping, customer service and time in transit. Showed up before it was supposed to.

    Review by Thomas (Posted on 12/6/2020)

    Nice product exactly as described

    Nice product well packed and received fast thanks I'll definitely order again

    Review by Chris (Posted on 11/29/2020)

    Quality projectiles

    Speer bullets are always top notch. They were packaged well for shipping and shipped out faster then expected with the world in its current state. Will definitely be purchasing from Widener's again.

    Review by WILLIAM (Posted on 11/25/2020)

  6. Speer .224 Diameter Bullets - 75 Grain TMJ – 100 Count

    $17.00

    In stock

    • Buy 5 at $14.85 /each and save
    Cost Per Bullet 14.9¢ to 17.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 75 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 22475TMJ

    Want to load the kind of 223 Rem ammo that you can use to truly impress competition judges – or trim the eyelashes off a hare at several hundred yards? Speer’s got you covered. This bullet’s naturally resistant to wind drift at a hefty 75 grains, and thanks to its super concentric jacket it boasts exceptional rotational stability!

    Speer’s total metal jacket does more than contribute to balance. Because the electrochemically plated TMJ additionally shields the bullet’s lead core, it bars hot propellant gasses from warping its base and impacting accuracy. And because its core doesn’t evaporate during ignition, this bullet keeps a barrel’s rifling cleaner and a shooter’s breathing space significantly more free of airborne carcinogen!

    Speer makes some pretty high end stuff, so they have the setup they need make consistently heavy and .725” long 223 bullets. A great pick for long distance shooters!

    Please note: This a box of 100 bullets for reloading, not loaded ammunition. You can not fire these bullets unless you know how handload.

    Customer Reviews

    Horrible accuracy

    I really wanted to love these because of their price and BC. I have a BCM 20” barrel that loves the Hornady 55 Grain FMJ (1.25 MOA) and Hornady 75 Grain BTHP (.75 MOA). These shot around 5” groups at best and I’m not exaggerating.

    Review by Speer .224 Diameter Bullets - 75 Grain TMJ (Posted on 10/17/2021)

    Great s very ervice

    My error in previous review.
    Got my order fast.
    People at Wideners very helpful.

    Review by William (Posted on 10/6/2020)

  7. Speer .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain TMJ – 2000 Count

    $350.00

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 17.5¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 2000
    Bullet Type Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 22455TMJ

    An artist with a reloading press can make many masterpieces with a case of Speer’s .224 diameter bullets. There’s the 223/5.56 classic, of course, but also the 22-250, the 222 Rem, and the 223 WSSM. Which round will you put your special touch on?

    Better yet, these happen to be exceptionally high quality .224 diameter bullets for reloading. At 55 grains they can easily offer up ballistics like the M193, and with their total metal jackets they offer several unique benefits to performance.

    A TMJ’s jacket totally encompasses the bullet – including the base of the core. That improves accuracy by preventing the base of the bullet from warping during ignition. It makes for a cleaner barrel, as no lead will evaporate during ignition to stick to the rifling. It even makes for a healthier shooter, especially if they’re shooting indoors where lead vapors could have lingered around in the air.

    Speer utilizes an electrochemical process to yield highly concentric and balanced jackets. They carefully control for bullet weight, and ensure each projectile totals .725” long. Speer is so confident in this bullet that they bill it as ideal for competitive shooting!

    Hey! Please make sure you don’t expect loaded ammunition when you order this case of component bullets. You can not fire these bullets right out of the box – they are for loading your own ammo at home!

    Customer Reviews

    Great plinking bullets.

    Bought these to learn how to reload and plink with my Mini Ranch. Great value for the money, but beside that, .223 Remington is pretty hard to find anywhere. I bought 2000, so when I run out, I'll be back.

    Review by Big T (Posted on 10/19/2020)

    fast shipping good price very pleased

    very satisfied

    Review by smoke (Posted on 9/28/2020)

    An extremely well made bullet

    Speer has always had an excellent reputation for quality in bullets, and this is proof. You will not be disappopinted should you want to buy some for your own reloading. I am glad that they packed them in small boxes of 100 so the weight doesn't damage their fine finish.

    Review by Robert (Posted on 9/27/2020)

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