First Look: CCI Maxi-Mag and VNT Pour Packs

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posted on January 1, 2020
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For 2020, CCI has unveiled its new 125-round Maxi-Mag and VNT Pour Packs, designed for easy access for high-volume shooting in the field or at the range.

Available in 30-grain .22 WMR VNT, 17-grain .17 HMR VNT, or 40-grain .22 WMR HP Maxi-Mag, CCI’s new Pour Packs can be conveniently closed after use for secure storage. As far as performance, CCI's Maxi-Mag boasts a jacketed hollow point for precision and power for a wide range of shooting and hunting, while the VNT load's thin jacket and polymer tip boasts long-range accuracy and explosive expansion on impact.

The new Maxi-Mag and VNT Pour Packs have an MSRP of $36.95-$42.95. For more information, visit cci-ammunition.com.

Additional Reading:
• Top 7 Rimfire Cartridges of All Time
• Top 5 .17 HMR Hunting Loads for 2019
• Tested: CCI Clean-22 Ammo
 SHOT Show 2019: CCI Expands VNT Rimfire Varmint Ammo Line

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