We’re a great fan of the copper plated round nose bullet. The CPRN is completely encased in a very thin layer of nonferrous metal, which helps to keep fouling lead residue out of your firearm’s barrel where it will gradually impact accuracy. Aguila also gave this round a boost to its muzzle velocity. At 1,255 fps it’s certain to treat you to a tight and level trajectory, not to mention well over 100 ft lbs of energy until nearly 100 yards. The CPRN doesn’t mushroom inside its target, but it still does more than enough damage to bonk small pest critters.
Straight cases, concentric rims, consistent primers and clean-burning powder: all of these features combined give Aguila’s rimfire-primed ammo great value. You won’t want less than 2,000 rounds of this stuff!