What is a 222 Remington good for?

What is a 222 Remington good for?

222 gives good neck tension, and allows for excellent bullet concentricity, which just might be part of the accuracy magic. While the . 222 Rem. was an immediate hit among the varmint and predator hunters, it also came into its own in a new type of shooting competition: Benchrest.

What is the effective range of a 222 Remington?

222 will give excellent hunting ballistics out to 250 or 300 yards, and is perfect for both varmints and predators alike.

What is the difference between a 222 Remington and a 223 Remington?

223 Remington cartridge has a shorter neck and the shoulder is moved back slightly compared to the . 222 Remington Magnum. Case capacity is about 5% smaller than that of the . 222 Remington Magnum, but it was loaded to a slightly higher pressure, so the two have essentially identical ballistics.

When did Remington add the 22 Rem to the 40 XB?

Other chamberings were added to the 40-XB BR lineup in 1972, including .222 Rem Mag, 6mm Int’l, 6mm-47 and .308 Win. In 1978 Remington added the 22 Rem BR, and in 1979 the 6mm Rem BR was added.

What is the serial number on a Remington 40x?

Remington 40x Serial Number Age Code Remington manufactured the Model 721 from 1948 until 1961. This rifle was the predecessor to the Model 700 with many of its best features surviving in the Model 700.

When did the Remington Model 700 rifle come out?

It is a development of the Remington 721 and 722 series of rifles, which were introduced in 1948. The M24 and M40 military sniper rifles used by the US Army and USMC are both based on the Model 700 design.

When was the Remington 40xl rimfire made?

As a sidenote, starting in 1959, Remington worked with the USAMU to develop a heavy, 15-lb International Free Rifle using the 40X action (both rimfire and centerfire). This gun employed a completely different stock, and was produced in very limited numbers.