Remington Premier Magnum 17 HMR 17gr Accutip Rimfire Ammo

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You like shooting small game. Think prairie dogs, squirrels, and raccoons among others. It doesn’t get much more fun than the Remington 17 HMR 17 grain. Fast and easy to shoot, you’ll do some damage in the field with this one.

Remington Magnum Rimfire Ammo 17 HMR Highlights:

  • 17 HMR Rounds Good for your bolt action rifle. You can also find lever action, pump action, semi-automatic, and pistols that shoot 17 HMR.
  • Velocity – 2,550 fps. Fairly standard for this grain weight. This is a fast round; it will shoot far and fast for you. Perfect for those long-distance targets.
  • Brass Casing – Ready for you to reload when you are done shooting.
  • 17 Grain – The most popular weight. Some companies do offer a 20 grain, but the 17 grain gets you to your target quicker and with plenty of power.
  • Accutip – Gives you match grade consistency with a flat trajectory. Expands on impact for a larger wound channel.

Remington is one of the older ammunition manufacturing companies still operating. They produce high-quality ammo that you can count on. While there are lots of companies out there to choose from, Remington is tried and tested. Remington 17 HMR ammo will get the job done.

Southern Defense Disclaimer: Please note, our policy doesn't permit returns for our ammo products, which might be subject to shipping restrictions. Any queries about Remington Magnum Rimfire Ammo can be directed to (972) 652-0196.

Remington Magnum Rimfire Ammo 17 HMR Accutip FAQ:

HMR stands for Hornady Magnum Rimfire. A projectile designed by Hornady as a necked-down .22 caliber. Their goal was to create a round that increased the accuracy and speed of the .22 and they succeeded.

The 17 HMR is known for bullet speed and a flat trajectory. Making it good for long-range varmint hunting.

The 17 HMR has very little recoil and is a great training round for newer or younger shooters.