17 HMR Ammo
17 HMR ammo is primarily used today by hunters for varmint control. The round was developed by Hornady and released in 2002, .17 HMR (Hornady Magnum Rimfire) is best known for its high velocity and excellent performance against small game. Based on a necked down .22 WMR casing, it is a flat-shooting cartridge and fires aerodynamic spitzer point (typically polymer-tipped) bullets for enhanced long range performance.
.17 HMR loads feature an extremely light (17 or 20 grains) bullet. This makes muzzle velocities of up to 2,550 feet per second possible in a compact, low-recoil platform. Hollow point bullets fired at these velocities fragment reliably in squirrels, rabbits, groundhogs, and other small critters for better terminal effect.
The .17 HMR has caught on with many shooters. As a result, good ammo in this caliber is available not only from Hornady, but also from CCI, Winchester, Remington, and Federal as well. You'll find our entire in-stock line-up for sale right here on this page.
CCI 17 HMR 20 Grain FMJ - 50 Rounds$13.75
Manufacturer CCI Condition New Bullet Weight 20 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 17 HMR Manufacturer SKU 55 Primer Type Rimfire UPC Barcode 076683000552 Cost Per Round 27.5¢ per round
Your small game hunting will be better than ever with this 50-round box of .17 HMR ammunition. The 20-grain bullets in these cartridges use a full metal jacket design, which reduces meat damage in game like rabbit, squirrel, and other small animals. This means greater performance and better results for your hunting trips. You’ll have muzzle velocities of 2,375 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 250 foot pounds.
Thanks to the full metal jacket bullets, these cartridges are also effective in the barrel, as they deliver less fouling, which means you can keep shooting without the enhanced concern for reduced accuracy. When you want a high-quality small game round, these .17 HMR bullets from CCI are an excellent choice.
CCI makes some of the best rimfire cartridges you can find. They have top-quality options for many small-caliber rifles, as well as reloading supplies for calibers of various sizes.
CCI 17 HMR 16 Grain TNT JHP - 50 Rounds$15.25
Manufacturer CCI Condition New Bullet Weight 16 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP) Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 17 HMR Manufacturer SKU 951 Primer Type Rimfire UPC Barcode 076683009517 Cost Per Round 30.5¢ per round
You can get the outstanding .17 HMR rounds you need for varmint hunting and general varmint control by ordering this 50-round box from CCI. With these cartridges, you’ll not only have excellent speed and power, you’ll have outstanding terminal ballistics thanks to a TNT jacketed hollow point bullet. They deliver outstanding expansion as well as the supreme accuracy you’ve come to expect from a .17 HMR cartridge.
When you fire these rounds, you’ll have an effective muzzle velocity of 2,500 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 222 foot pounds. Thanks to a sleek bullet design with a TNT hollow point, the projectile maintains a speed of 1,642 feet per second after 100 yards of travel.
From the firearm to the target, CCI ammunition has a strong reputation for quality and performance. CCI specializes in rimfire ammunition and creates some of the most reliable cartridges for .22 and .17-caliber rifles.
Winchester Varmint 17 HMR 17 Grain V-MAX - 1000 Rounds$234.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 17 Grain Bullet Type V-MAX Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 17 HMR Manufacturer SKU S17HMR1 Primer Type Rimfire UPC Barcode 00020892102514 Cost Per Round 23.5¢ per round
Invented by Hornady in 2002, the 17 HMR is one of the best varmint hunting rounds on the market. Reaching incredible speeds and still able to inflict fantastic expansion and damage, this tiny round is the perfect option for getting rid of your varmint problem.
Winchester was founded in 1866 and continues to make some of the best ammunition in the United States. Whether you want high quality, purpose built ammunition or something inexpensive for the range, Winchester has just the reliable, high quality ammo you need.
These Winchester Varmint rounds come loaded with the famous V-Max bullets from Hornady. Firing at 2550 feet per second, these 17 grain projectile offer explosive fragmentation and expansion upon impact.