WRF

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AcronymDefinition
WRFWinchester Rimfire (ammunition)
WRFWhite Rot Fungi (environmental microorganisms)
WRFWorld Resources Forum
WRFWeather Research and Forecasting (weather forecast model)
WRFWorld Reformed Fellowship
WRFWashington Research Foundation
WRFWater Reclamation Facility
WRFWaste Recycling Facility (various locations)
WRFWorld Rehabilitation Fund
WRFWorld Research Foundation
WRFWagon Registration Fee (railways; India)
WRFWorld Rural Forum
WRFWolf Recovery Foundation (Pocatello, ID)
WRFWorkfactor Reduction Field
WRFWoodbridge Research Facility
WRFWeighted Risk Factor
WRFWaveform Repetition Frequency
WRFWordReference Forums
WRFWrite Flash Signal (optical disk writing)
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Caption: Winchester's new Wildcat 22 continues a long tradition of Winchester rimfire semiautomatics, but this is the first design that adds the economy of injection-molded polymer manufacturing, producing a lightweight package for both kids and adults.
Upon its introduction in I960, the .22 Magnum-more properly the .22 Winchester Rimfire Magnum-created a splash among shooters on a par with the more recent introduction of Hornady's .17 HMR in 2002.
I have a Remington Model 12 chambered in .22 Remington Special (.22 Winchester Rimfire) in my shop for repair.
The Pathfinder is the miniaturized version of the Bulldog Pug with the same sights, grips, and enclosed ejector rod and available in either .22 Long Rifle or .22 Winchester Rimfire Magnum.
Boy Scouts are provided free Winchester rimfire ammunition, .22 rifles and targets to use on the range.
This year, I'm using my custom Model 52 Winchester rimfire with a 27X Nikon scope.
The Model 1890 was a Browning design, originally chambered for .22 Winchester Rimfire. The 1906 was a less expensive version with a round barrel; both the '90 and '06 were replaced with the Model 62 in 1932.
A few years ago I had a pair of Charter Arms fixed-sighted Pathfinders chambered in .22 LR and .22 Winchester Rimfire Magnum.
This latest Taurus sixgun is actually a 9-gun with two 9-shot cylinders chambered in .22 and .22 Winchester Rimfire Magnum.
There's something magic, though, about the year 1890 and the introduction of a new cartridge with the impressive title of .22 Winchester Rimfire. Known to us as the .22 WRF and also loaded by Remington once upon a time as the .22 Remington Special, this long-cased .22 rimfire appealed directly to hunters who were probably not exactly overwhelmed by the introduction of the .22 Long Rifle in 1887 or '88, loaded with 5 grains of black powder.
Winchester still turns out .22 Winchester Rimfire (WRF) ammo.
Is the.22 RS the same as the .22 Winchester Rimfire? My Remington doesn't seem to eject the Winchester cartridges very well, so I am wondering if they are the same.