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22LR Ballistics Chart for 27 Cartridges

By Chris Nelson

Our 22LR ammo ballistics chart provides the ballistic coefficient, muzzle energy, muzzle velocity, and bullet drop for 27 .22LR rimfire cartridges. Manufacturer Abbreviations: (C) = CCI; (H) = Hornady; (R) = Remington; (W) = Winchester.

22LR Ballistics Chart for 27 different cartridges

Comparing CCI 22LR Stinger Ballistics with Remington Golden Bullet 22LR Ballistics:

  • 22 LR Bullet Weight: A bullet's weight is measured in grains. The CCI Stinger Ammunition bullet weighs 32 grains, while the Remington Golden Bullet weighs 36 grains.
  • 22 LR Ballistics Coefficient (BC): The ballistic coefficient indicates a bullet's drag factor. The CCI Stinger Ammo has a BC of .084, whereas the Remington Golden Bullet is at .125.
  • 22 LR Muzzle Velocity: This refers to the bullet's speed as it exits the barrel. The CCI Stinger Ammo's velocity is 1,640 fps, while the Remington Golden Bullet's is 1,280 fps.
  • 22 LR Muzzle Energy: Measured in foot-pounds, this indicates a bullet's potential for damage. While the CCI Stinger Ammo has a higher initial energy, the Remington Golden Bullet surpasses it at 200 yards.
  • 22 LR Bullet Drop Chart: This illustrates the bullet drop comparison of various cartridges. For visuals, refer to the 22LR Bullet Trajectory Chart.

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MCARBO's 22LR Ballistics Chart offers comprehensive technical data, including muzzle velocity and energy for popular cartridges like the CCI 22LR Stinger, Remington Golden Bullet, and Winchester 22LR.

Number of questions: 2
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So does having a higher FPS help when it comes to semi auto pistols and rifles? I find there are less FTF's and FTE's when I use at least 1255 FPS.
Dave Zamora August 31, 2022 10:06 PM
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KE = M x V x V Kinetic energy equals mass times velocity squared. More velocity, more energy.
Mark Owen August 11, 2023 7:02 PM
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FPS and bullet weight (grains) work together to create the rearward force that drive the weapon's cycling. Higher FPS and/or a heavier projectile will make more force and give beter results.
stevenk@mcarbo.com24442 November 18, 2022 2:32 PM
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how does barrel length affect bullet drop?
BobtheGrape December 10, 2021 3:11 PM