Norma designs some great ammunition manufacturing millions upon millions of cartridges for both the US and European markets. The company’s latest offering is their new TAC-22 Subsonic 40-grain ammunition featuring a lead round nose hollow point bullet and an advertised muzzle velocity of 1,017 feet per second keeping the rounds well under the range of supersonic making them much more pleasant to shoot, with or without a suppressor.
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Norma Introduces New TAC-22 Subsonic 40-Grain .22LR Ammunition
SILENT AND RELIABLE ROUND FOR PLINKING AND HUNTING WITH MOUNTED SILENCERS
NORMA TAC-22 Subsonic is a reasonably priced, high quality ammunition mainly for practice, hunting and plinking. The projectile is a 40 grain lead hollow point with a muzzle velocity of 1033 FPS. It shoots consistent tight groupings and offers reliable fast firing energy transfer due hollowpoint regardless the relevant shooting distance. NORMA TAC-22 Subsonic is a perfect match for any suppressed weapon and where low sound emmisions are required.
- Hollow point bullet for plinking and hunting.
- Lower velocity below sound barrier (subsonic)
- Great accuracy because of stable trajectory.
- Perfect round for plinking and hunting,
- Affordable and reliable with great accuracy and consistent performance.
- Great choice for manual loading weapons with mounted silencers
- Perfect for “silent” hunting or plinking in urban areas where
you don’t want to disturb the neighbours.
The bullet of Norma’s new Tac-22 Subsonic .22LR ammo has an advertised ballistic coefficient of 0.132 and advertised muzzle energy of 92 ft pounds when pushed up to a velocity of 1,017 fps. This makes it perfectly suited for applications where noise suppression is paramount, or you’re attempting to achieve better accuracy by avoiding transonic speeds and the resultant wake that disturbs the path of your bullet.