HI; THE GUN SHOULD HAVE THE SIZE OF THE AMMO THAT IT WILL SHOOT ON THE BBL. DO NOT USE LONG RIFLES UNLESS IT STATES IT AS YOU CAN CAUSE DAAGE TO IT. AND IT CAN ALSO BE DANGEROUS TO THE SHOOTER I learned to shoot with a Remington Model 12 and put thousands of rounds of .22 LR through one. I would recommend using standard (target) velocity ammo, because after years of the high-velocity .22, the old Model 12 developed a barrel bulge and had to be retired.
If it's a 270 load, yes.
Remington never made a "improved" model 8, unless it's called the Model 81 (an improved version of the model 8) however this gun was never (and couldn't be) offered in a 22, it's a center-fire rifle only. Either you have mis-identified what you have or the amount of gun-smithing done is substantial and like amazing if it works.
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.
Not without endangering yourself and anyone else in the area. Stay with ammunition designed for the firearm you are shooting.
1925 - Should be marked with a barrel code which can be viewed on the Remington Society's web site: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes This will give month and year.
Fire all the different types of 22LR you can afford. One or more brands will do better in your rifle.
The M16 assault rifle is chambered for the 5.56x45mm NATOcartridge. Most can also fire the civilian .223 Remington cartridge.
Look on the right side just above the FIRE/SAFE button
There is no such rifle, the Winchester Model 88 is a highly collectible lever action center fire rifle available in .243, .284, .308, and .358.
please state the model number and the condition of the rifle. Is this a 22 rim-fire or air rifle?
The Model 12 Remington was offered in a few different variants. Would need to know more information on that specific rifle, and most importantly have the opportunity to see the condition of the rifle in order to appraise the value. If you have a digital camera, you can send us some detailed photos. Value range from $125-$500. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Remington mohawk .308 is a great rifle. In Good condition it is about a $1000 to $1250 dollar gun it was discontinued in the 1970's and there are only a few in good condition left. So a mohawk 600 is worth about $1000 to $1250. The Remington model 600 was made until 1968 and was followed by the Model 600 Mohawk. The original 600 had a ribbed barrel and the Mohawk did not. Both are built on the same short, top feed, bolt action. and both have 18 1/2 in barrels. There was a recall on the rifles as there was some concern that the safety could not be moved far enough back to insure that the rifle would not fire. This was easily corrected by expanding the safety slot in the stock.
Answer.35 Remington is a caliber, introduced around 1912, not a rifle or model. Please advise of the action type (bolt, pump, lever) maker and model number. On a guess (based upon the patent dates) I'll hazard that you have a pump action Remington Model 14. Book value ranges from $600 for 100% condition to $11 for 60%, but these guns were made invarious grades (A, C & F) that command higher premiums, and, if you have the "thumbnail" safety introduced in 1918 it can double the gun's value. Take this one to a reputable gunsmith to be examined and appraised.The Remington high powered auto calibers (25. 30, 32, 35) all were introduced in 1906 with the Remington model 8 High-powered Automatic rifle. The first high-powered center-fire cartridge rifle ever made in the world.
The M16 assault rifle is chambered for the 5.56x45mm NATOcartridge. It can also fire the civilian .223 Remington round.
Not without modification. Some 5.56x45 and .223 Remington rifles have a device available for them which allows them to fire .22 Long Rifle rounds... typically, the device replaces the bolt carrier group.
They will fire the standard .22 short,.22long,and .22 long rifle cartridges.
Yes.The Winchester model 1876 rifle was the only rifle made by Winchester that was chambered for the 45-60WCF(winchester center fire).
A Remington No.4 Rolling Block Rifle chambered for the .25 Stevens (barrels marked "25-10"),per S.P. Fjestad's Blue Book of gun values is worth $1,500.00 in 98% condition...$700.00 in 80% condition ... $400.00 in 40% and $250.00 in 10% condition as graded per NRA Standards. Hope this helps...Steve
Rim fire, just like every other .22lr put out there.
To my knowlegde of weapons and ammo ther is no such thing as a 222 long rifle shell The 222 is a wildcat center fire weapon, and there are several companies that manufacture this shell. Hopes this helps............ The .222 Remington has been a standardized chambering for over 50 years. There is a .22 Long Rifle, and a .222 Remington. Two very different cartridges. email@example.com
My Springfield model 83 ( J Stevens) is stamped 22 Short, Long and Long Rifle on Barrel. If yours is as well, then yes, it would fire LR rounds.
The Marlin Model 795 rifle does not utilize clips, but has a 10-round detachable box magazine. The rifle itself has a magazine disconnect, and thus will not fire unless a magazine is inserted.
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No. WRF is a larger diameter cartridge, and does not interchange with .22 LR
While the M4 Carbine is intended to fire a 5.56x45mm NATO round that is distinct from the .223 Remington, both are centerfire cartridges. So yes, the M4 Carbine is a centerfire rifle.