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Rimfire Cartridges, Descriptions And Rifle Ballistics

 The below rimfire cartridge information will give a brief description of these rimfire cartridges, .17 HM2, .17 HMR, .17 WSM, 5mm RRM, .22 BB Cap, .22 CB Cap, .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, .22 WRF, .22 WMR and their individual ballistics tables will show bullet weight measured in grains, bullet ballistic coefficient, bullet velocity measured in feet per second, bullet energy measured in foot pounds and bullet trajectory measured in inches for the more popular and new introduced rimfire rifle cartridges, factory ammunition ballistics. This table gives a good reliable comparison of rimfire cartridge ballistics.
Rimfire Rifle Ballistics Table Compiled By: Kim Lockhart, Copyright.
Cartridges Manufactured By: (A) = Aguila, (C) = CCI, (H) = Hornady, (R) = Remington, (W) = Winchester.

Actual Picture Of 17 Hornady Mach 2 Cartridge17 Hornady Mach 2: (.17HM2)
 The .17 Hornady Mach 2 is a .17" caliber rimfire cartridge introduced in 2004 by Hornady. The .17 HM2 is based on the .22 Long Rifle case, slightly lengthened and necked down to .17 caliber and using a bullet weighing less than half what typical .22 Long Rifle bullets weigh. The velocity is double that of a standard .22 Long Rifle, and that velocity generates a much flatter trajectory out to the 150 yard effective range of the cartridge. The little .17 HM2 uses a higher priced bullet than the .22" calibers however this does have its advantages, and superior accuracy is one of them.
Cartridge case length is .714".
17 Hornady Mach 2 Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
17HM2 / (H) / 83177 17 .125 2,100 1,531 1,134 166 88 48 0 - 0.2" - 1.2" - 6.2" - 16.3"
17HM2 / (H) / 83176 15.5 .115 2,050 1,450 1,070 145 72 39 0 - 0.3" - 1.4" - 7.1" - 18.5"

Actual Picture Of 17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire Cartridge17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire: (.17HMR)
 The .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire is a .17" caliber rimfire cartridge descended from the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire cartridge. It was developed by necking down the .22 Magnum case to take a .17 caliber bullet. Commonly loaded with a 17 grain bullet, it can deliver muzzle velocities in excess of 2550 fps. It is widely considered to be the one of the most accurate of the rimfire cartridges. Hornady introduced this cartridge in 2002 to the public. There are now three excellent bullet weight loadings for this cartridge that allows the shooter to fine tune their rimfire performance using this cartridge. The .17 HMR is a very solid 150 yard performer and depending on load choice flat bullet trajectory can be expected out to 200 yards.
Cartridge case length is 1.058".
17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
17HMR / (H) / 83172 20 .125 2,375 1,755 1,274 250 137 72 0 0 - 0.6" - 4.0" - 11.4"
17HMR / (H) / 83170 17 .125 2,550 1,902 1,379 245 137 72 0 + 0.1" - 0.3" - 3.0" - 9.1"
17HMR / (H) / 83171 15.5 .115 2,525 1,830 1,291 219 115 57 0 + 0.1" - 0.4" - 3.4" - 10.1"

Actual Picture Of 17 Winchester Super Magnum Cartridge17 Winchester Super Magnum: (.17WSM)
 The .17 Winchester Super Magnum is a .17" caliber rimfire cartridge developed by Winchester and introduced to the public in 2013. The brass cartridge case for this round is thicker and stronger than the .17 HMR, this allows for higher chamber pressures like the older 5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum operating at 33,000 PSI as opposed to the .17 HMR at 26,000 PSI., therefore increasing 20 grain bullet velocity to 3,000 feet per second. The .17 Winchester Super Magnum offers excellent downrange performance at ranges well past 200 yards and the first rimfire cartridge to make the 3,000 feet per second velocity range in a cheaper to shoot rimfire cartridge. The .17 Winchester Super Magnum down-range high performance level well excedes the long-range wind drift and bullet-drop capabilities of popular magnum rimfire cartridges like the .22WMR, 5mmRRM and .17HMR, while delivering more on-target bullet energy.
Cartridge case length is 1.200".
17 Winchester Super Magnum Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
17WSM / (W) / S17W25 25 .230 2,600 2,230 1,893 375 276 199 0 + 0.2" 0 - 1.8" - 5.6"
17WSM / (W) / X17W20 20 .130 3,000 2,310 1,723 400 237 132 0 + 0.3" + 0.2" - 1.2" - 4.7"
17WSM / (W) / S17W20 20 .185 3,000 2,504 2,060 400 279 188 0 + 0.3" + 0.3" - 0.7" - 3.5"

Actual Picture Of 5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum Cartridge5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum: (5mmRRM)
 The 5 mm Remington Rimfire Magnum is a .20" caliber rimfire cartridge introduced by Remington in 1969. Remington designed this cartridge case somewhat similar to the older .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, but stronger to handle higher chamber pressures at 33,000 PSI. The 5mm Remington Magnum offers higher velocity and energy than the .22 WMR and it offers improved performance for small game and varmint hunting. The 5mm Remington Magnum did offer improved ballistics when it was introduced and still has plenty to offer those that are fortunate enough to own one of the original Remington rifles chambered in this round, Aguila ammunition manufactures two different loads currently for this cartridge.
Cartridge case length is 1.020".
5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
5mmRRM / (A) / 1B222406 30 .133 2,300 1,726 1,277 352 198 109 0 0 - 0.7" - 4.3" - 12.0"

Actual Picture Of 22 Bulleted Breech Cap Cartridge22 Bulleted Breech Cap: (.22BB)
 The .22 Bulleted Breech Cap is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge, .22 BB cap and .22 CB refer to cartridges that are low velocity and project reduced noise. These rimfires closely resemble a .22 caliber air rifle in power and are often used for indoor shooting and close range pest control. Developed for indoor shooting galleries with special "rimfire gallery guns", the .22 BB Cap was the first rimfire cartridge, dating back to 1845. It has no separate propellant charge, relying on the impulse created by the primer alone to fire a round lead ball.
Cartridge case length is .284".
22 Bulleted Breech Cap Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22BB / (RWS) / 22 BB Cap 16 .031 710 473 308 18 8 3 0 - 8.3" - 24.6" - 88.8" - 213.7"

Actual Picture Of 22 Conical Ball Cap Cartridge22 Conical Ball Cap: (.22CB)
 The .22 Conical Ball Cap is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge which has a very small propellant charge (usually no gunpowder, just the primer), resulting in low muzzle velocity. This is similar to the muzzle velocity produced by a low to mid-power .22 pellet gun, however it should be noted that the bullet from a .22 CB cartridge is significantly heavier than a typical airgun pellet and therefore carries more energy. Due to their low power, CB rounds can be trapped by most pellet gun traps. CB rimfire rounds are often used for indoor shooting practice or for small pest control in areas where a limited range is an advantage due to crowding.
Cartridge case length is .284".
22 Conical Ball Cap Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22CB / (RWS) / 22 CB Cap 16 .034 970 645 444 33 15 7 0 - 4.3" - 13.0" - 47.1" - 111.8"

Actual Picture Of 22 Short Cartridge22 Short: (.22S)
 The .22 Short is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge developed in 1857 for the first Smith and Wesson revolver, the .22 Short rimfire was the first American metallic cartridge. The original loading was a 29 grain bullet and 4 grains of black powder. Developed for self defense, the modern .22 Short, though still used in a few pocket pistols and mini-revolvers, is mainly used as a quiet round for practice. Due to its low recoil and good inherent accuracy, the .22 Short was used for the Olympic 25 m Rapid Fire Pistol event until 2004.
Cartridge case length is .423".
22 Short Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22S / (C) / CB Short 29 .079 710 607 518 32 24 17 0 - 6.6" - 18.7" - 61.1" - 131.0"
.22S / (C) / HV Short 29 .080 1,080 857 726 75 47 34 0 - 2.8" - 8.2" - 28.3" - 62.4"
.22S / (W) / X22S 29 .104 1,095 901 785 77 52 40 0 - 2.5" - 7.5" - 25.8" - 56.4"

Actual Picture Of 22 Long Cartridge22 Long: (.22L)
 The .22 Long is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge that dates back to 1871, when it was loaded with a 29 grain bullet and 5 grains of black powder, 25% more than the .22 Short rimfire it was based on. It was designed for use in revolvers, but was soon chambered in rifles as well. Many .22 Long Rifle guns will chamber and fire the shorter round, the .22 Long generally does not generate sufficient energy to operate semi-automatics.
Cartridge case length is .595".
22 Long Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22L / (C) / CB Long 29 .079 710 607 518 32 24 17 0 - 6.6" - 18.7" - 61.1" - 131.0"
.22L / (C) / HV Long 29 .080 1,215 907 762 95 53 37 0 - 2.2" - 6.9" - 24.3" - 54.4"

Actual Picture Of 22 Long Rifle Cartridge22 Long Rifle: (.22LR)
 The .22 Long Rifle is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge that is well established with a very large variety of bullet weights and ammunition loadings, and in terms of units sold is still by far the most common cartridge in the world today. The .22 Long Rifle rimfire is a heavier loading of the .22 Long case and appeared in 1887, along with the first smokeless powder loadings of the .22 rimfires. It is one of the few cartridges that are accepted by a large variety of rifles, as well as pistols. Virtually every manufacturer of cartridge firearms makes at least one model chambering it, and this has been true for more than a century.
Cartridge case length is .595".
22 Long Rifle Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22LR / (C) / Mini Mag 36 .126 1,260 1003 874 127 80 61 0 - 1.8" - 5.6" - 19.9" - 44.1"
.22LR / (C) / Stinger 32 .084 1,640 1,065 857 191 81 52 0 - 1.1" - 3.8" - 15.2" - 36.4"
.22LR / (C) / Velocitor 40 .126 1,435 1,084 921 183 104 75 0 - 1.3" - 4.3" - 15.9" - 36.4"
.22LR / (R) / C-Bee 33 .084 740 637 550 40 30 22 0 - 6.0" - 17.0" - 55.4" - 118.6"
.22LR / (R) / Cyclone 36 .125 1,280 1010 878 131 82 62 0 - 1.8" - 5.5" - 19.4" - 43.4"
.22LR / (R) / Game Load 36 .125 1,280 1010 878 131 82 62 0 - 1.8" - 5.5" - 19.4" - 43.4"
.22LR / (R) / Golden Bulet 40 .139 1,255 1016 892 140 92 71 0 - 1.8" - 5.5" - 19.5" - 43.1"
.22LR / (R) / Golden Bullet 36 .125 1,280 1010 878 131 82 62 0 - 1.8" - 5.5" - 19.4" - 43.4"
.22LR / (R) / Golden Bullet 29 .106 1,095 903 789 77 53 40 0 - 2.5" - 7.5" - 25.7" - 56.1"
.22LR / (R) / Sub Sonic 38 .125 1,050 901 803 93 68 54 0 - 2.7" - 7.8" - 26.4" - 57.0"
.22LR / (R) / Target 40 .149 1,150 975 872 117 84 67 0 - 2.1" - 6.4" - 22.0" - 47.8"
.22LR / (R) / Thunderbolt 40 .139 1,255 1016 892 140 92 71 0 - 1.8" - 5.5" - 19.5" - 43.1"
.22LR / (R) / Viper 36 .117 1,410 1055 896 159 89 64 0 - 1.4" - 4.6" - 16.9" - 38.6"
.22LR / (R) / Yellow Jacket 33 .107 1,500 1075 895 165 85 59 0 - 1.2" - 4.1" - 15.7" - 36.6"
.22LR / (W) / X22LRSUBA 40 .138 1,065 920 826 101 75 61 0 - 2.5" - 7.5" - 25.3" - 54.5"
.22LR / (W) / XT22LR 40 .148 1,150 974 870 117 84 67 0 - 2.1" - 6.4" - 22.0" - 47.9"
.22LR / (W) / WD22LRB 40 .148 1,150 974 870 117 84 67 0 - 2.1" - 6.4" - 22.0" - 47.9"
.22LR / (W) / WW22LR 40 .138 1,255 1,015 891 140 91 71 0 - 1.8" - 5.5" - 19.5" - 43.1"
.22LR / (W) / X22LRPP 40 .117 1,280 998 863 146 89 66 0 - 1.8" - 5.6" - 19.9" - 44.4"
.22LR / (W) / XT22LRS1 40 .138 1,300 1,036 904 150 95 73 0 - 1.6" - 5.1" - 18.4" - 41.0"
.22LR / (W) / X22LRH 37 .128 1,280 1,014 883 135 84 64 0 - 1.7" - 5.4" - 19.3" - 43.0"
.22LR / (W) / 22LR222HP 36 .084 1,280 937 787 131 70 49 0 - 2.0" - 6.2" - 22.3" - 50.4"
.22LR / (W) / XPERT22 36 .084 1,280 937 787 131 70 49 0 - 2.0" - 6.2" - 22.3" - 50.4"
.22LR / (W) / 22LR333HP 36 .084 1,280 937 787 131 70 49 0 - 2.0" - 6.2" - 22.3" - 50.4"
.22LR / (W) / S22LRUHV 32 .076 1,640 1,033 827 191 76 49 0 - 1.2" - 4.0" - 16.1" - 38.7"
.22LR / (W) / X22LRCBMA 29 .104 770 682 605 38 30 24 0 - 5.3" - 15.1" - 48.9" - 103.9"
.22LR / (W) / X22LRHLF 26 .072 1,650 1,019 812 157 60 38 0 - 1.2" - 4.1" - 16.5" - 39.7"

Actual Picture Of 22 Winchester Rimfire Cartridge22 Winchester Rimfire: (.22WRF)
 The .22 Winchester Rimfire is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge that was introduced in 1890 by Winchester along with their new model 1890 pump action rifle, and it was another attempt to adding more effectiveness to the .22" rimfire cartridge. A variety of Winchester, Remington, and Stevens single-shots and repeating rifles were chambered for this cartridge. This cartridge did provide improved penetration at all ranges, and more reliable expansion at long range using a slightly heavier 45 grain bullet fired at a slightly higher velocity than the standard .22 Long Rifle cartridge.
Cartridge case length is .965".
22 Winchester Rimfire Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22WRF / (W) / 22WRF 45 .108 1,300 992 851 169 98 72 0 - 1.8" - 5.6" - 19.9" - 44.7"

Actual Picture Of 22 Winchester Rimfire Magnum Cartridge22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire: (.22WMR)
 The .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire is a .22" caliber rimfire cartridge that was introduced in 1959 by Winchester, and it was the only truly successful rimfire cartridge introduced in the 20th century. .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, is a rimfire rifle cartridge, commonly loaded with a 40 grain bullet, it can deliver velocities in the 2000 fps. range from a rifle barrel. The .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire uses a larger case than the more popular .22 Long Rifle rimfire, both in diameter and length. The .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire's case is also much thicker, allowing much higher pressures. Since the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire generally uses the same weight bullets as the .22 Long Rifle, it is generally used in similar situations. The 40 grain .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire at 100 yards still retains the velocity of a .22 Long Rifle at the muzzle, which can provide improved penetration at all ranges, and more reliable expansion at long range with expanding bullets.
Cartridge case length is 1.052".
22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Ballistics Table
Rimfire Rifle Cartridge /
Cartridge Manufacturer /
Load Identity
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
100 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
200 Yds.
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. lbs.
100 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
200 Yds.
Energy
Ft. lbs.
Rifle
Zero
50 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
75 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
150 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
.22WMR / (C) / Gamepoint 40 .133 1,875 1,385 1,071 312 170 102 0 - 0.5" - 1.9" - 8.3" - 20.8"
.22WMR / (C) / Maxi Mag 40 .114 1,875 1,318 1,010 312 154 91 0 - 0.5" - 2.1" - 9.1" - 23.0"
.22WMR / (C) / Maxi Mag HP+V 30 .084 2,200 1,375 969 322 126 63 0 - 0.3" - 1.4" - 7.5" - 20.5"
.22WMR / (C) / Maxi Mag TNT 30 .088 2,200 1,405 990 322 132 65 0 - 0.2" - 1.3" - 7.1" - 19.6"
.22WMR / (C) / TNT Green 30 .090 2,050 1,317 964 280 116 62 0 - 0.4" - 1.8" - 8.6" - 22.7"
.22WMR / (H) / FTX 45 .110 1,700 1,189 951 289 141 90 0 - 0.8" - 2.9" - 11.9" - 28.9"
.22WMR / (H) / V-MAX 30 .095 2,200 1,454 1,026 322 141 70 0 - 0.2" - 1.2" - 6.7" - 18.2"
.22WMR / (R) / Magnum 40 .116 1,910 1,351 1,027 324 162 94 0 - 0.4" - 1.9" - 8.6" - 21.8"
.22WMR / (R) / Premier 33 .137 2,000 1,495 1,137 293 164 95 0 - 0.3" - 1.4" - 6.8" - 17.3"
.22WMR / (W) / USA22M 45 .126 1,550 1,146 951 240 131 90 0 - 1.0" - 3.5" - 13.6" - 31.9"
.22WMR / (W) / X22M 40 .110 1,910 1,326 1,006 324 156 90 0 - 0.5" - 2.0" - 8.9" - 22.7"
.22WMR / (W) / X22MH 40 .110 1,910 1,326 1,006 324 156 90 0 - 0.5" - 2.0" - 8.9" - 22.7"
.22WMR / (W) / S22WM 34 .101 2,120 1,432 1,031 339 155 80 0 - 0.3" - 1.4" - 7.1" - 18.9"
.22WMR / (W) / S22M2 30 .089 2,250 1,448 1,008 337 140 68 0 - 0.2" - 1.2" - 6.6" - 18.3"
.22WMR / (W) / X22MHLF 28 .086 2,200 1,391 979 301 120 60 0 - 0.2" - 1.4" - 7.3" - 20.0"

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