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    You missed Colibri.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaShooter View Post
    Yep... I should have clarified



    So what is the middle one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhills View Post
    yo, Stamp. The .22 long rifle bullet is .223 case is .226 and the 22 mag bullet is .224 case is .242
    The LR will fit in the WMR chamber but it’s not recommended. The WMR WILL FIT IN THE LR chamber but you have to hit it with a hammer just a bit. Just kidding. Do not try this at home! Thank you for the 1000ths of an inch correction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by square target2 View Post
    So what is the middle one?
    I asked the same question and was told it is sub-sonic, what ever that is. It is butt ugly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaShooter View Post
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    Are there more?</p>
    Rimfire or centerfire? You looking for just 22 rimfire or the family of both centerfire and rim fire in the 22 line? Such with .223, .224, .222, etc
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    Don't forget .22 WRF (5.6 x 24.5mm R)


    .22 WRF - .22 LR - .22 WMR
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    And .22 cal shotshells

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    I know the rimfire question was asked but iv'e been shooting an old breach action savage .22 Hornet for yotes for years

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    Yep, the .22 Hornet is in there with the centerfire cartrdges too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mini14 View Post
    I asked the same question and was told it is sub-sonic, what ever that is. It is butt ugly!

    yes, the subsonic


    I've yet to try it

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