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The .222 Remington: Making a comeback?

from Shooting Times

Half a century ago, small-bore accuracy was defined by a simple, mild cartridge called the .222 Remington. It was released in 1950, during the peace and prosperity that followed World War II, and stood in the shadow of the speedy .220 Swift, which came 15 years earlier. The .222 Remington had no parent cartridge, and as it was much easier on barrels and ear drums, it took off quickly. more


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