CCI 955CC Clean-22 Pink 22 LR 40 gr Lead Round Nose (LRN) 8 Cs

  • Item : 118772

  • SKU : 955CC

  • Model : Clean-22

  • UPC : 604544652314



 Free Shipping!


In Stock

Available In-Store Now

Free in-store pickup today at Phoenix

NOT Available for pickup

Unavailable at Phoenix

Ship To My Store (Phoenix)

Free in-store pickup (Est. 1-2 weeks)

Ship To Home

Ship To Another Dealer (FFL)

Choose the dealer at checkout

Secure Online Ordering

  • Specifications

  • Reviews

The Clean-22 Pink ammunition features a polymer bullet coating greatly reduces lead fouling in the barrel without leaving residue, cuts lead buildup in suppressors 60 to 80 percent, and is a 40-grain lead round nose bullet. These containers have 400 rounds per container.

Richard "Dick" Speer (1915-1994) demonstrated exceptional mechanical skills throughout his life. While working as a machinist at Boeing Aircraft in Seattle, he recognized a lucrative opportunity in the reloading industry inspired by his brother Vernon's success with Speer, a bullet component business.

During that era, proprietary rifle cartridge designs like Weatherby and Newton were not supported by major ammunition companies. Seeing a niche market, Dick relocated to Lewiston, Idaho, to join Vernon and began producing specialized cartridge cases using an impact extrusion process in a small room at the Speer plant.

After experimenting with a few names, Speer and his partner, Arvid Nelson, finalized on Cascade Cartridges, Inc. (CCI).

Though Speer's case-making process was effective, the quality of post-WWII cartridge brass was subpar due to depleted wartime stocks. Realizing the challenges, Speer pivoted to the component primer market, addressing a significant shortage for reloaders. Initially, CCI fulfilled a military contract using the chlorate FA-70 formula but soon shifted to non-corrosive, non-mercuric primers for sporting cartridges, revolutionizing the supply for reloaders.

To accommodate the growing business, Speer acquired a 17-acre chicken ranch near the Lewiston Gun Club, transforming the farmhouse into an office and warehouse, with production starting in a repurposed chicken coop. He quickly expanded, constructing modern laboratories and manufacturing facilities, allowing CCI to broaden its product line. When the gun club relocated, Speer purchased the adjacent property for future growth. Today, the CCI plant continues to operate on this site.

Pricing UnitBX

Recommended Products