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rimfire

[′rim‚fīr]
(ordnance)
Of a cartridge, having the primer mixture in the rim of the cartridge case base.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Rimfire managing director Craig Riley said: "The successful capital raising by the company of $800,000 before capital raising costs will allow the immediate progression of work programs towards a discovery.
One of the key features I look for in a quality M4 rimfire clone is a working forward assist.
The Ruger Precision[R] Rimfire is a scaled down version of the Ruger Precision[R] Rifle and maintains the same ergonomics, trigger and manual of arms as the larger centerfire rifle.
FINLAND'S Tikka has quietly become a favorite among hunters seeking accuracy and value, and the company's new T1x brings those attributes into the rimfire realm.
The ejector on the Zephyr II is also ideal for any rifle, but it works especially well for rimfire cartridges.
Basically, Tikka has engineered its rimfire to T3x specs, creating a surprisingly modular rimfire rifle with Tikka's reputation for build quality and accuracy.
With that said, there's a lot of options out there ticking a number of similar boxes a rimfire will, but might be a lot more up your alley.
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Remington's Subsonic HP ammo is very accurate in my CZ Model 452 bolt action, but I'm almost out of it, and it is impossible to find--like almost every other type of .22 rimfire ammo.
Rimfire ammunition can be messy as the outside lube and soft lead projectiles common with .22 ammo leaves residue in the chamber.
This is due mostly to just how incredibly dirty, grubby, even distastefully besmirched a rimfire can becomes, because of the ammo.
Ranged against shooters from 20 other countries, the Filipinos placed second in the Rimfire Heavy Varmint 25 meters and Rimfire International Sporter 50 meters.