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.218 Bee, PROOF by Winchester, “SUPER SPEED” H/S, JHP, *WARNING*, OBSOLETE H/S, *Red Dye on bullet has scratches!*One Cartridge, not Box!

$4.75

*WARNING*: Proof cartridges are “High Pressure” do not fire in your firearm, or you may be injured or killed! *Red Dye on bullet has scratches!
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only.
For more versions of this caliber see below in related items.
For more information on this item, please see below.

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*WARNING*: Proof cartridges are “High Pressure” do not fire in your firearm, or you may be injured or killed!

*Red Dye on bullet has scratches!

One Cartridge not a box, picture of the box is for reference only!

One Cartridge, Not a Box! .218 Bee *PROOF* by  Older production by Winchester, for testing firearms in their factory, using new brass cases with nickel or tin washed or plated, with “SUPER SPEED 218 Bee” Head-Stamp and 45 grain JHP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile. 

For more versions of this caliber see below in related items or click here: LINK!

History of proof Cartridges:
Proofs are used to verify or “proof” the mechanical strength of a firearm before it leaves the factory, higher pressure then regular ammunition and should never be fire in your firearm!
The bright dark reddish wash or dye on the base (head stamp) and projectile with nickel case is the U.S. industry standard of identifying these types of cartridges.
Proofs are not normally available to the public, and should NEVER be fired out of you firearms

History of the.218 Bee cartridge:
The .218 Bee was introduced around 1938 by Winchester for the Model 65 lever-action rifle and the Winchester Model 43 bolt-action rifle after World War II.
The .218 Bee is basically a .32-20 Winchester case necked down to except .22-caliber projectiles, and is a mild varmint cartridge, similar to the .22 Hornet in ballistics.
Obsolete for many years, accept for this small run by Hornady in early 2017.

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Weight 0.10 lbs
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