Winchester Small Rifle Primers In Stock
WINCHESTER Small Rifle Primers In Stock produces seven different primers to more than your reloading
needs for short shells rifles and handgun catridges. However Small Pistol Primers (SPP) and Small Rifle Primers (SRP)
are virtually identical in size as are the primer pockets of their respective cases.
This does not mean that they can be substituted for each other.
The SRP still has a much thicker cup and hotter ignition.
Winchester® Magnum Small Pistol Primers deliver fast,
dependable ignition under any shooting condition. Winchester
tests their primers rigorously for consistency and sensitivity at temperatures
and conditions far beyond the range of normal usage.
Winchester Small Rifle Primers In Stock does not find occasional
use by women and young children for deer hunting because of its low recoil.
Some jurisdictions prohibit the use of cartridges smaller than 6mm (e.g., .243 Winchester) for deer hunting.
This cartridge is also sometimes known as the .22 Vermonter or the .22 Watkins Original Swift. Along with the .220 Swift, the .22-250 was one of the high-velocity .
22 caliber cartridges that developed a reputation for remote wounding effects known as
hydrostatic shock in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
Combine accuracy, consistency, reliable performance and an affordable price tag,
and the result is the perfect round for the avid varmint hunter.
American Eagle Varmint & Predator loads feature reloadable brass and Federal
primers with a jacketed hollow-point bullet
that expands explosively on impact for maximum lethality.
Winchester Small Rifle Primers In Stock History
WINCHESTER .22-250 Rem Primer Caliber started life as a wildcat cartridge developed from the
.250-3000 Savage case necked down to take a .224 caliber bullet.
In the early days of the WINCHESTER .22-250 Rem Primer Caliber there were several different versions
that varied only slightly from one to the next, including one developed in 1937 by Grosvenor Watkins, J. E. Gabby
and J. B. Smith who named their version the 22 Vermonter.
However ,The WINCHESTER Rem is in much wider use and has a larger variety of commercially
available factory ammunition than the Swift. This makes it generally cheaper to shoot.
The smaller powder load also contributes to more economical shooting for users who load their own ammunition.
Due to its rimless case. The WINCHESTER .22-250 Rem also feeds from a box magazine more reliably than the Swift,
a semi-rimmed cartridge susceptible to rim lock.
In 1937 Phil Sharpe, one of the first gunsmiths to build a rifle for the WINCHESTER .22-250 Rem
“The Swift performed best when it was loaded to approximately full velocity,” whereas,
“The Vermonter case permits the most flexible loading ever recorded with a single cartridge.
Winchester Small Rifle Primers In Stock Performance
WINCHESTER .22-250 Rem Primer Caliber can propel a 55 grain (3.56 g) spitzer bullet at
3,680 ft./s (1122 m/s) with 1,654 ft. lb. (2,243 J) of energy. Many other loads with lighter bullets
are used to achieve velocities of over 4,000 ft./s (1,219 m/s), while still having effective energy
for use in hunting small game and medium-sized predators. CIP lists the performance as:
Transducer Method Pressures (Energies): Max Average Pax = 4050 bar, PE (Proof Pressure)
= 5060 bar, EE (Min Proof Energy) = 2370 Joules
WINCHESTER .22-250 is currently the fastest production cartridge in the world,
surpassing the .204 Ruger, at 4,450 feet per second.
It is particularly popular in the western states of the USA,
where high winds often hinder the effectiveness of other
varmint rounds in prairie dog hunting. Many states in the
USA have minimum caliber restrictions on WINCHESTER Primer Caliber on larger game such as deer,
although most states do allow the cartridge to be used for big game
Due to shipping regulations, signature is required at the time of delivery.
The sale of primers, powders, and Pyrodex is prohibited to the states of Delaware,
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York City, & Jacksonville, FL.
You must be 21 or older to purchase black powder in California.
Cannot ship via ship-to-store to Anchorage, AK store. A physical address is required for delivery.
This item cannot be expedited and must ship ground.
Specifications and Features:
- Caliber: 22-250 Rem
- Bullet Type: Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP)
- Bullet Weight: 50 gr
- Muzzle Energy: 1645 ft. lbs.
- Muzzle Velocity: 3850 fps
- Rounds Per Box: 50
- Boxes Per Case: 5
- Application: Varmint
- Casing Material: Brass
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