*1/1000 inch bullet diameter *16/1000 inch neck diameter *16/1000 inch base diameter *16/1000 inch rim diameter *365/1000 inch case length *457/1000 inch cartridge length and depending on the powder used, the 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire can have almost twice the muzzle velocity and muzzle energy as the 22 Long Rifle.
No. The case of a 22 WMR is longer than that of a 22 lr, so the cartridge won't fit in a rifle that is chambered for 22 lr.
Only if that is what is marked on the barrel. 22 LR and 22 WMR are not interchangeable.
IF the revolver is marked ".22 LR" yes. If it is marked ".22 WMR" or .22 Mag" or " .22 WRF", then NO.
Let's get the names straight- there are .22 Long Rifle (LR) cartridges, and there are .22 Magnum (.22 WMR) They DO NOT interchange (although there are a few revolvers with 2 cylinders that can CONVERT from one to the other). The.22 Magnum is not only more powerful, and longer, but it is larger in diameter than the .22 LR. SOME .22 LR firearms can safely short .22 Shorts, but LR and Magnum do not swap.
No. The R-101 was made in caliber .22 LR, which is a very different round from the .22 WMR. Later models of the High Standard Sentinel WERE made in .22 Mag, but if YOUR sidearm is not marked .22 Magnum or .22 WMR, do NOT try to fire them in it.
I don't think those revolvers were manufactured in .22 magnum. It will be marked, usually on the barrel, likely 22 lr or 22 s/l/lr for short, long, and long rifle.
No. .22 LR and .22 WMR (magnums) are not interchangeable. The .22 Mag is ot only longer, but larger diameter bore and cartridge case. If the LR round fires, it is likely to split the case, and accuracy will suck.
No. .22 WMR (22 magnum) has a larger diameter than 22 LR, and will split the cartridge casing. Accuracy will not be good- bullet sort of rattles down the barrel.
The .22 magnum is more powerful, longer and a larger diameter than the .22lr. The magnumcartridge does not use the "heel seated" bullet of the .22 LR, and USUALLY has jacketed bullets. The full name is .22 WMRF (Winchester magnum rim fire) and they do NOT interchange with .22 LR. There have been a few revolvers built with two different cylinders to permit switching between LR and Magnum.
No. The WRF (Winchester Rim Fire) is a larger diameter cartridge. It is the same diameter are the 22 WMR (Winchester Magnum Rimfire) but is shorter than the magnum, It may be safety fired in a .22 magnum rifle, but not in a 22 LR. 22 LR ammo should NOT be fired in a rifle chambered for 22 WRF.
A 22 WMR cartridge should be a bit too fat for a 22 LR chamber. If the magnum shells will go into the cylinder but it is NOT marked 22 WMR, I wouldn't shoot it at all! If it IS marked as a magnum, don't use standard 22s.
Length of the case. <><><> Despite the similar names, .22 Magnum also has a slightly larger diameter than a caliber 22. LR cartridge.
Yes- IF the rifle is chambered in caliber .22 LR (they were also made in 22 WMR and 17 HMR). They will not feed properly from the magazine, and would need to be operated as a single shot. Be sure to clean the chamber properly after shooting shorts- they can build up a ring of carbon fouling that will make chambering .22 LR difficult.
308/12 There's more: 410/22 LR 410/22 WMR 12/223 Rem 12/308 Win 12/30-06 Sprg
Depends on the firearm and the caliber marked on it. It could be a .22 Short, .22 Long Rifle (LR) or .22 WMR (magnum). You did not give us enough information to answer- there have been a million (really) .22 caliber handguns made in Italy.
A .22 revolver takes CARTRIDGES. Which .22 cartridge will depend on what caliber the revolver was made for. A .22 LR can shoot Long Rifle or Short cartridges, and a .22 WMR uses .22 magnum cartridges. They do not interchange. There are a few .22 revolvers that have 2 cylinders, and can shoot either cartridge.
Not just NO, but HELL NO!! Hopefully, you can't even squeeze the mag cartridge into the cylinder. *I'll take one step back on that. Are you talking about "mini-mags" or 22 WMR (Winchester Magnum Rifle)? The mini-mags are just "Hot" 22 LR and should be OK if the gun is in good condition. But the 22 Magnum is a different cartridge.
22LR is a industry standard, the other isn't
The .22 Long Rifle is a rimfire, whereas the .223 Remington is a centerfire cartridge. The .223 uses a longer 'spitzer' projectile vs. the rounded projectile of the .22 LR. The .223 tends to be a heavier projectile, and has a much higher velocity than the .22 LR.
The 22 Long Rifle has different size cartridges, But the 22 Hornet has pictures of deer killed with it. The 22 Hornet is a lot more powerful than the 22 Long Rifle. They both have different grain.
Bullet weight is immaterial. If it is chambered for 22 LR, then any 22 LR load is fine.
.22 Remington Special is Remington's name for the cartridge more commonly known as .22 WRF (Winchester Rimfire). It is NOT the same as .22 S, L or LR and will NOT chamber in guns designed for those cartridges. .22WRF was the "original" .22 magnum cartridge, introduced in 1890. It is now semi-obsolete, allthough CCI and others occasionaly produce a small ammount of the ammunition. The modern .22 WMR (Winchester Magnum Rimfire) was introduced in 1959. It is by far the more popular cartridge- .22WRF CAN be fired in a gun chambered for .22WMR, but not the reverse. Neither .22 WRF or WMR will chamber in a gun designed for .22 S, L or LR.
The weapon can fire 22 short, long or long rifle.