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Answered: Does anyone know where i can find this ammo made ...

Steve, first off, here's a little background info. I fired some BB caps as a kid. I hadn't even thought about them for decades. The BB Cap was the first type of rimfire ammunition. BB stands for "bullet breech." It was invented in France around 1845, designed for the Flobert indoor target rifle ...

Answered: 5.56 nato ammo is it safe for ar15?

Shooting 5.56x45mm out of an AR15 all depends on the barrel rifling. Generally, your barrel should be marked with either 5.56 or .223 either near the flash hider or close to the barrel nut under the hand guard. If your barrel is marked 5.56, then yes 5.56 is safe to shoot out of your rifle. You can ...

Answered: When did federal start selling 270 WSM ammo

Federal has been loading 270 WSM for decades. We have only been making our own WSM brass for about two years.

Answered: Ammunition for this type gun.We are looking for someone who sales 22

It fires 22-250 Remington.It's an odd ball round.You can get a box on-line.

Answered: Looking for ammo clip

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Answered: I have a 22 ronson rifle and i cant find the right ...

Between 1963-1977, Ronson made 3 rifles: 223, 380, and 450 caliber, each consistent with the Springfield-Garand Standard for military weapons. Their .223 operated on air and propane, and had an effective range of 2,200 meters. It was an infantry rifle, that put 15 times the hit potential of the ...
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How does powderless ammo shoot?

"Powder-less" Ammunition shoots far better than that which relies on powder. Unfortunately, these weapons are forbidden under the Hague and Geneva protocols, so despite their devastating power, we don't use them. Powder-less rifles use a compressed air cylinder (no bigger than the stock) to propel ...

What are reloadable ammo cases?

They are (usually) brass cartridge cases that are still in good condition, and will accept a standard rifle or pistol prime. (Some military ammo will not) It could also refer to a shotshell case that has been fired once or twice. These cases are nearly all plastic, with a thin brass head ...

Ammo

There are several varieties of 9mm available. Take your gun to the gun shop and let the guy find the proper ammo to fit it. I'm sure one of them will.

What to do with old live ammo?

Call or visit a local sporting goods store (not a chain such as Wal-Mart) that sells firearms and ammunition. They will be able to tell you where to dispose of it locally.