What year did the 222 Remington come out?

What year did the 222 Remington come out?

1950
The . 222 Remington or 5.7×43mm (C.I.P), also known as the triple deuce, triple two, and treble two, is a centerfire rifle cartridge. Introduced in 1950, it was the first commercial rimless . 22 (5.56 mm) cartridge made in the United States.

Does Savage make a 222?

The Savage Arms 25 Walking Varminter . 222 Remington Bolt-Action Rifle features an adjustable AccuTrigger™ design and matte carbon-steel barrel with button rifling. The detachable box magazine has a 4-round capacity, and the stock is made of synthetic materials. Drilled and tapped.

Did Remington make a 30 30?

Remington has never made a levergun, and only a few . 30-30s. The one model that comes to mind is the M788 bolt action.

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What kind of rifle is Savage Model 340?

Gunsmithing the Savage Model 340 Rifle History ; For a look at the history of these rifles CLICK HERE. The Stevens model 325 was the forerunner of the Savage model 340, so any gunsmithing that applies to one also applies to the other. These models were made in 30-30 Winchester, 22 Hornet, 222 Remington, 223 Remington and 225 Winchester

When was the Savage 340e.222 E series made?

Looking to find out when the savage 340E .222 was made. Any infor would be greatly appreciated. I don’t know exactly when the E series was offered. I’m pretty sure it was sometime in the mid-50s or later when the “C” improvements superceded the original and “B” improvement models.

How do you drill hole in Savage Model 340?

Leave the base on, drill the rest of the holes in the base. If you have a digital readout on your mill/drill record the locations of the holes. If no DRO is available, then remove the base, layout dye the top of the receiver, reinstall the base & scribe the hole locations.

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When did the Savage C series rifle come out?

I think the “C” series came out in 1958 or 1959 but I don’t know for sure. Not much history has been kept of Savage’s ugly little utility rifle. They’re usually very good shooters though. They stopped making the 340 around ’83. The E was the “fancy” checkered stock version. but around here that doesn’t boost the value any.