The lead round nose is the simplest bullet a 22 LR round can have. It’s an economical yet accurate little bolt of lead, with a round nose that helps a semi-auto feed smoothly and which also boasts good aerodynamics. This round’s 1,130 fps muzzle velocity is just barely supersonic, but it will issue a hearty cracking report as it leaves a rifle barrel. An LRN doesn’t expand if it sinks into a varmint, so it’s best reserved for only the smallest yard invaders.
Aguila is a rimfire-primed ammo extraordinaire. Their 22 LR is intensely reliable and serves up consistent recoil, point of aim and in-flight ballistics, and their straight-walled brass cases ought to treat any firearm to the smooth cycling it deserves.