CCI's Clean-22 coating technology has been around for awhile now, helping rimfire shooters getting the most range and power from the .22 WMR. New for 2020, CCI has introduced the Maxi-Mag Clean-22 segmented hollow point (SHP), which features a polymer bullet coating that reduces copper and lead fouling in the barrel with leaving excess residue.
"“New Maxi-Mag Clean-22 SHP is the industry’s only segmenting hollow-point bullet in .22 WMR,” according to CCI Product Line Manager Dan Compton. “Personally, I like its Olive Drab Green color on the bullet which gives it a hunting look, and I can’t wait to hear stories and see photos from our happy customers who use this new magnum rimfire round on prairie dog towns, in the squirrel woods and for their fur trapping efforts.”
The SHP bullet splits into three equal sizes upon impact, greatly expanding wound channels on small game, including varmints. The 46-grain bullet features a polymer design and allows for separation at lower velocities and longer distances than other conventional copper jacket designs. Optimized for accuracy, the bullet design pairs nicely with the ultra-dependable CCI primer and propellants to allow for excellent functioning in semi-automatics and all .22 WMR firearms.
CCI's new load also reduces the risk of over-penetration in targets with the industry's only segmented hollow-point bullet in .22 WMR. The new load comes in a 50-count box and carries an MSRP of $18.99. More information can be found at CCI-ammunition.com.