CCI Target And Plinking Ammunition, 100-Round Box
Designed for consistency and reliability
Seamless jacket for improved accuracy
CCI's most popular plinking ammunition
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Product DescriptionSit back and just do some plinking without worrying about the price you are spending on ammunition. CCI Target and Plinking Ammunition is designed for consistency and reliability. Shipped ground only.
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Q:are theese bullets hollow pointsAsked on 8/23/2009 by Anonymous from northport florida
A:These bullets are not hollow points. They have a soft nose bullet for target and plinking.Answered on 8/26/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:what does the [glrn] stand for ? and are mini mags or maxi mags?Asked on 6/20/2009 by Anonymous
A:The G I don't know, the lrn stands for lead round nose in reference to the design of the bullet.
Mini-mags are .22 lr caliber while the Maxi-Mag are the .22 Mag
caliber.Answered on 9/15/2009 by the41magnumman from Terre Haute, IN
A:The "gl" stands for gilded lead,meaning copper-plated.The "rn" stands for round nose,meaning a solid nose.Answered on 9/29/2010 by Shotgun Pete from Rhinelander,WI
A:Well, with a little search engine magic; I think I found your answer. According to this link on cci's web site: http://www.cci-ammunition.com/products/detail.aspx?use=1&loadNo=0030
Product 0030 is called "gilded lead". Now if you look at the bullet type column for product 0030 you will see that it's also called CPRN (Copper Platted Round Nose). So, glrn could be the old name for CPRN.
Guilded has a definition of:
"1. To cover with or as if with a thin layer of gold."
"2. To give an often deceptively attractive or improved appearance to."
This is speculation; it might be just be a typing error on cci's web site. The only way to know for sure is to ask cci. However, based on the definition of "Guilded" ; it might not be to far off.
PS: If you look at all CCI loads for 22lr:
You will notice that the bullet type "glrn" no longer exists. Might be a page they forgot to update. Pure speculation on my part. Reporting it to cci.Answered on 1/5/2011 by nix_user from Frozen, IL