Centrefire rifle 223?
Made by many companies in many different configurations
A rifle with a 5.56x45 chamber can utilise .223 Remington cartridges. A rifle with a dedicated .223 Remington chamber cannot accommodate 5.56x45 cartridges. A rifle with a .223 Wylde chamber can accommodate .223 Wylde, .223 Remington, and 5.56x45, but neither a rifle with a 5.56x45 or a .223 Remington chamber can accommodate the .223 Wylde cartridge.
If you are asking about the Remington 6.5 rem.mag round,then this cartridge takes large rifle/or large rifle magnum primers.The .223 Remington cartridge takes the small rifle primer.Both of these center fire primers differ in size and cannot be interchanged.The .223 Rem cartridge requires small rifle primers.
It depends. A '.22' rifle, if you mean centrefire, includes alot of calibres as the term is generally used to mean any ammunition loaded with a .224 calibre bullet. Such calibres include .222 Rem, .223 rem, .22-250, .22BR, .22 Dasher and plenty of others. Of these, the .22-250 is by far the most powerful. It is essentially a .250 Savage case necked down to take a .224 bullet and so holds alot more powder than…
The 5.56 cartridge has a different neck angle from the .223 Remington, generates higher chamber pressures, and has different weight projectiles available. .223 Remington can be safely cycled through a rifle with a 5.56 chamber, but it is not recommended to use 5.56 ammo in a rifle with a .223 chamber.