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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by PanhandleGlocker, Feb 22, 2021.
Pretty much my first thought. What's the point?
Weren't there a bunch of rimfire sizes in the early 1900's through the 30's?
Again, what's the point?
List of rimfires
.14 Alton Jones
.17 Mach 2
.17 Hornady Magnum
.17 Winchester Super Magnum
5 mm Remington Rimfire Magnum
.22 Extra Long
.22 Long Rifle
.22 Remington Automatic
.22 Winchester Automatic
.25 Short (.25 Bacon & Bliss)
.25 Stevens Short
.310 Remington Skeet
.340 rimfire revolver
9mm Flobert (Rimfire Shotgun Shell)
.41 Swiss (10.4x38R rimfire)
.44 Short & Long
.50 Remington Navy
.56-46, 56-50, 56-52, .56-56 Spencer
.58 Joslyn carbine
.58 Mont Storm
1" Gatling (one specimen known)
Further ethical shots. Isn't the .17wsm limited to max 200 yards?
Thats it. I want a .25 bacon and bliss revolver.
The .17 Rem will shoot much further.
talking about rimfires here. Not just .17 caliber boolits.
Personally, I wouldn’t mind seeing a spitzer pointed type bullet in the 30-50gr range make it into existing 22LR and 22mag cartridges. Like this, but more commonplace.
With all the new centerfire cartridges In the not so distant past I'm actually surprised we haven't seen another Rimfire cartridge. Recently acquired a 17hm2, and wanting to find a 17hmr. I'm kinda hoping that there will be emphasis on more or better quality control on all Rimfire ammo.
I'm looking for a shootable, affordable case of .32 Long RF. Not in my lifetime I reckon. I could convert the Remington No. 4 Rolling Block to .32 Colt Short, but nah.
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I have some of that but it’s loaded with wooden bullets. Not even kidding.