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Federal Champion .22 LR 375-Round Value-Pack Ammunition

Priced right for high-volume shooting fun, this 36-gr. copper-plated hollow-point ammo is ideal for small game, varmints and target shooting. It’s fast, too, with a flat-shooting 1,260-fps muzzle velocity. Made in USA. Per 375.
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Customer questions and answers for JAKE'S Federal Champion .22 LR 375-Round Value-Pack Ammunition

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Are these the same rounds as the blue 525 bulk packs?

Country: United States
Age: 26-35
Gender: Male
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Rictus
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The Federal Champion .22 LR 375-Round Value-Pack Ammunition has the same bullet and velocity specifications as the Federal Champion 525 bulk pack which is item number 216160.
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I've read reviews that they are the same, that is why I purchased the 375 round "red box" of the Federal .22lr. In my real world experience shooting both boxes one cycled my .22lr semi autos consistently (Blue box 525 value pack) and one caused FTE, FTL consistently, (red box 375 rounds) I loaded one magazine with blue box and it fired without error, same mag I loaded with red box, plenty of errors, repeated and had same results in two semi auto's (Advantage Arms .22lr conversion for Glock 19 and Ruger SR22) I know that Advantage Arms conversion is picky with ammo, but it does work well with the Federal .22lr 525 round blue box and with the Remington golden bullets. I bought a 10 pack of the red box 375 round so it came packed in a box with the same lot numbers, but will try to use other boxes in the case to see if there is a difference.
Country: United States
State: Ohio
Age: 36-45
Gender: Male
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
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Yes.
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I would have to say yes as I have purchased both and could not tell the difference by looking or shooting.
Country: United States
State: Maryland
Age: 56-65
Gender: Male
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Yes, they seem functionally and visually the same.
Country: United States
State: Kansas
Age: 46-55
Gender: Male
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What Federal load number are these rounds? Federal's website suggests it is 745

745 is listed as 22 LR 36gr Copper plated HP
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The federal part number for the Federal Champion .22 LR 375-Round Value-Pack Ammunition, item number IK-218138, is 775.
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