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22LR.22 Long Rifle (ammunition)
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The two most common bullet weights in .22 Long Rifle are 36 and 40 grains, but you can find heavier bullets in subsonic loads.
In addition to having a diameter that more closely matches that of the .22 Long Rifle case, its shorter length causes the bullet of a chambered round to be engaged by the rifling.
Caption: Any Convertible Model comes with two cylinders allowing the use of both .22 Long Rifle and .22 Magnum ammo.
It was there that I found a dedicated 11-inch .22 Long Rifle barrel that would be perfect for my high priced/easy build pistol.
The great advantage of the .22 Magnum in a revolver is the fact that it gives us the equivalent of a .22 Long Rifle from a rifle barrel in a much easier to pack sixgun.
Because of fears that aircrews would be executed for using hollow-point or lead-bulleted .22 LR ammo, Remington was contracted to supply full-metal-jacketed .22 Long Rifle ammo.
Thompson/Center has introduced its second semi-auto rifle, a compact little sporter in .22 Long Rifle. The company promotes the TCR22 as a general-purpose rimfire suitable for plinking and small game hunting, as well as a trainer for new shooters.
The Earl is available with either a 3-inch or 4-inch barrel, and with or without a spare cylinder chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Many readers might wonder why a .22 Magnum cylinder won't accept .22LR ammunition given that the .22LR is shorter.
These .22 Long Rifle pistols are perhaps the most successful line of rimfire autoloading pistols in the world.
"Our Troy Landry Signature Series includes CCI's proven .22 Long Rifle MiniMag, and .22 WMR Maxi-Mag, loads that Troy Landry, from the History Channel series 'Swamp People,' has trusted his livelihood to for decades.
It holds 16 rounds of .22 long rifle and with or without the scope it took care of a mess of squirrels, rabbits, rats (remember this is Pittsburgh) and more cans than I can think of.