$200.00 per rd. I paided &180.00 per rd. 2 yrs. ago. I know it was insane. but enjoyed shooting it. first time in 85 yrs. I haven't shopped for any .25 rimfire, but have purchased .30 teatfire ammunition that has not been manufactured since 1870 for only $10 per round and think I over-paid. Some specialty ammunition manufacturers will occassionally produce a run of .25 rimfire, so it should be available at larger gun shows for no more than a couple dollars per round. Original ammunition 60 - 70 years old should be hard to find, but available.
Where can you buy .38 rimfire ammunition from
2 types of 25 caliber Stevens. 1. In centerfire, you have 25-20 Stevens and I believe 25-50 Stevens of which brass is available from Midway. 2. In rimfire you have the 25. rimfire round which apparently is unavailable as I am currently searching for a source.
You can probably find this at whatever store you buy ammunition at regularly. There might also be a food online options as well.
Because there is no replaceable primer in rimfire ammunition it cannot be reloaded.
.32 Long Rimfire ammunition is currently available from Old Western Scrounger, a division of Navy Arms. This is new-manufactured ammunition, produced on contract in Brazil by CBC. This is the only source of useable .32 Rimfire and it isn't cheap. This ammunition works well in the Stevens "Favorite" rifle and should work in any other firearm chambered for it. The .32 Short Rimfire is not available. Dixie Gun Works sells adapters to allow use of rifles and pistols in .32 Short and Extra Long Rimfire by using a .22 "acorn" blank as a primer. The Short adapters can be used in rifles chambered for the .32 Long, but the Extra Long adapters cannot. The .25 Rimfire hasn't been loaded since 1941 and all remaining stocks are gone. It is completely un-obtainable except for collector ammunition that is far too expensive and probably too old to shoot.
Depends on box condition, who made the ammunition, and when the ammunition was made. Contact me for further information. Navy Arms made the most recent run of this ammunition in the 1980's and it sells for $40-$50 a box of 50 rounds.
Federal Ammunition sells rifle, handgun, shot sell, and rimfire ammunition. Federal Ammunition is a known website which is being used by thousands of people. They sell ammunition to people in the United States of America.
.22 short, long, or long rifle rimfire ammunition only.
Try Old Western Scrounger.
25 cents a round.
Rimfire - film - was created on 1949-03-25.
Rimfire ammunition differs from centerfire ammunition in that the firing pin does not contact a primer placed in the center of the cartridge. A rimfire cartridge has a flat, closed back with no opening for a primer. With a rimfire cartridge the rim of the shell is hollow and filled with the primer material. When the hammer engages the back of the cartridge it impacts the the rim, crushes it and ignites the gunpowder inside. This action causes the expulsion of the projectile. Because of the nature of the hollow rim, this type of ammunition has typically very low pressure rounds, which result in lower velocity and penetration.
It is a difference in the placement of the priming compound. This compound is sensitive to physical impact, and, being struck by the firing pin, explodes to ignite the gunpowder in the cartridge case. In the rimfire cartridge, the case, made of soft brass, has a folded rim. Primer compound placed inside that folded rim is exploded when the rim is pinched between the firing pin and the mouth of the chamber. Centerfire ammunition has the primer in a pocket at the rear center of the cartridge case. That case has harder brass, and is capable of handling higher pressures than rimfire ammunition. Centerfire ammunition can be reloaded after firing by replacing the primer, powder and bullet. Rimfire ammo is not generally reloadable.
The Arms and Tool part of the name was used from 1886 to 1915. Guns chambered for .25 rimfire would PROBABLY have been in the first half of that period. To get an estimate of it's value you will have to identify the model. Most collectors like to think they COULD shoot their guns if they wanted to, and many can't resist the temptation to make it go BANG one more time, so being chambered for obsolete .25 rimfire ammuntion will reduce it's value.
Remington's web site has a model history section. Ammunition hard to find so value not that great. Maybe 100 or so USD
would be rimfire such as .17hm2, .17hmr, .22 short, .22 lr .22 mag, .22wa and 5 mm Remington Rimfire Magnum
Stevens 25 Rimfire ammunition has been obsolete for many years and is now an expensive collectors item and when available it is in very limited quantities. Shootable quantities have not been available since before 1960.
.32 Rimfire ammunition has been out of production in the US since about 1972. Navy Arms has a small lot made in Brazil and imported into the US in the late 1990s. It is generally an obsolete cartridge, not available, other than as a collector's item, not intended to be shot.
the ammunition would be the 25-20 Winchester center fire (25-20 WCF). ammunition is still manufactured by Winchester for this rifle.
Federal Premium Ammunition is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alliant Techsystems, located in Edina, Minnesota. With a work force of nearly 1,500 in Anoka, Minnesota, Federal manufactures a complete line of shotshell, centerfire, and rimfireammunition and components.
These older stevens guns are valued at between 65-150 dollars.
Not to my knowledge. I do have a .32 rimfire pistol with a little over 100 rounds of ammo for it. It does shoot but I don't shoot it anymore for the simple reason that you can't get any more ammo for it.
22 Short, 22 Long, or 22 Long Rifle rimfire interchangeably.
That is a .22 caliber BLANK PISTOL. Do NOT attempt to fire live ammunition in it. Value is about $25-$45.