22 Win Auto Ammo
The .22 Winchester Automatic was made for the Winchester Model 1903, one of the earliest semi-automatic rimfire rifles made. It is not interchangeable with the .22 Long Rifle or other rimfire cartridges.
Ammo for this caliber fires 45 grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of around 1,000 feet per second, with similar performance to the .22 Long.
Aguila manufactures ammo for the .22 Win Auto featuring dependable Eley primers.
Aguila 22 Win Auto 45 Grain LRN – 50 Rounds (Model 1903 Rifle Only)$18.00
Manufacturer Aguila Condition New Bullet Weight 45 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 22 Winchester Automatic Manufacturer SKU AMS22WA Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 640420001173 Cost Per Round 36.0¢ per round
Some calibers become so famous that even the most anti-gun news pundits can rattle off their names from memory. Others quickly find themselves relegated to the dust bin of history. The 22 Win Auto, unfortunately, falls squarely within the latter category.
It’s easy to determine whether you want this box of 22 Win Auto ammo. Just take this test:
Do you own a Winchester Model 1903?
If you checked yes, then you’re going to love Aguila’s fine craftsmanship, which ensured that this round’s 45 grain lead round nose bullet is accurate and reliable, that its brass casing will feed and eject without hesitation in the only semi-automatic weapon that can chamber it, and that its propellant burns clean to deliver a constant muzzle velocity. You’ll especially approve of ELEY’s responsive rimfire primer, which ignites reliably, doesn’t corrode, and does even more to promote smooth cycling. If you checked no, then you’ll probably wish you had bought 22 LR or 22 WMR ammo instead.
This round is ideal for plinking and varmint culling. It’s also hard to find, so take this opportunity to give your Model 1903 the stuff it needs to stay relevant!