This year, 2012, promises to be the year of the .22. Why? Because $20 for 550 rounds of .22 Long Rifle is much better than $20 for 20 rounds of something else if you are just shooting for fun.
Colt’s Government Model 22 is a low-cost training alternative that retains the looks and handling of a full-sized M1911.
Winchester’s Varmint HE .22 ammo features 3/1 segmenting expansion, causing three individual wound channels on small game.
America’s first metallic cartridge was a .22 rimfire, and it was introduced more than 150 years ago. While that little .22 Short was first fired in Smith & Wesson’s tip-up revolver, it went on to broader use in many rifles.
DPMS has introduced a .22 LR upper receiver that attaches to a standard AR lower for low-cost training, plinking and hunting.
Built by Carl Walther and imported by Umarex, the Uzi Rifle is a semi-auto .22 blowback version of an iconic firearm.
Enjoy some affordable plinking with this .22 LR replica of the famous German “Storm Rifle” of World War II.
The bullpup design of the Appeal allows a longer barrel in a more compact package.
Federal’s Champion Fresh Fire Pack provides long-term ammo storage of .22 Long Rifle cartridges in a nitrogen-purged can.
Mossberg has expanded its FLEX line with the FLEX-22 Autoloading Rifles.