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rimfire

[′rim‚fīr]
(ordnance)
Of a cartridge, having the primer mixture in the rim of the cartridge case base.
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Reliability is important, too, and is not nearly as common in rimfire semiauto handguns as might be imagined.
For each word printed on rimfire cartridge bore care, there are perhaps dozens words written on the various aspects of high power rifle accuracy and cleaning.
Impressive by any standards and simply incredible for a rimfire with a lousy rest on a blustery day out of a prototype rifle.
The bedding system used in the American Rimfire series is different from what we're used to.
The Wasp is a monocore rimfire can that is less than an inch in diameter, four inches long, and retails at $249.
Getting a machine set up and running to perform the many processes to manufacture rimfire in unison takes time.
Also, rimfire ammunition uses tiny amounts of powder, and even today manufacturers try to use as little as possible.
243), valued at $945, when they purchase nine centerfire rifles (maximum of three Axis rifles allowed) and five rimfire rifles, also within a 90-day period between Jan.
Ruger's latest introduction is not the first rimfire version of the small-framed SP101.
Ruger's line of Model 77 rimfire rifles has become very popular among target shooters, small-game and varmint hunters.
22 rimfire became a prototype for a tide of rimfire rounds during the 1860s, among them the .