Recently we posted a review about two rifles chambered in .22 Mag and .223 Rem. Originally that article was going to cover the .17 HMR as well. After delving into its interesting background, currently available platforms and load options, it seemed like a good idea to give the .17 HMR an article of its own with plenty of room to explore various loads and work with two test rifles instead of just one.
Rollin White’s 1855 patent for a bored-through cylinder was not just clever in its own right, it was also responsible for other inventors coming up with unique designs to try and circumvent it.
This handsomely crafted piece of Americana can be enjoyed in a display case or out on the range.
North American Arms produces a unique and well-made series of miniaturized, fully functional stainless-steel rimfire revolvers.