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1206191890

.22-250 Remington by Centennial Arms Corp., Unusual Recessed Head with Raised Primer Pocket, J.S.P., *Nice Patina*, One Cartridge, not a Box.

$9.75

One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only.
“New Production!”, Mint! * Nice Patina*,  NO Dents! No Scratches, No corrosion! No Junk!
For more information on this item, please see below.
See other versions of this caliber, please see below in related items.

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

One Cartridge, not a box: .22-250 Remington, distributed by the Centennial Arms Corporation., produced using (then) new brass cases with an unusual recessed head with raised primer pocket and No headstamp and loaded with a 55 grain J.S.P. (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile. *Nice Patina Started : Most collectors like Patina (nice word for tranish) Due to age some Patina started, if needed you can clean it with paint thinner, or if you want polish it with brass polish.

See other versions of this caliber, please see below in related items.

History of Centennial Arms Corporation:
Centennial Arms Corporation for founded by Sigmund “Sig” Shore in 1959, who owned Shore Galleries an auction company, which grew into a corporation in the 1960s selling antique firearms, then due to demand, started selling antique firearm replicas, the first being an 1860 Army Colt produced in Belgian.
The address for the company was Lincolnwood, Illinois 06645 and 3318 W. Devon, Chicago, Illinois, 60645, which is the address of Shore Galleries today.
Shore galleries is still opened however for some reason declined to offer any more information on the Centennial Arms Corporation history than the above, which is from internet searches.
It appears a Mr. Sigmund Shore of Lincolnwood (Chicago), Illinois pasted away in 2004, we could not verify it is the same person.
History of the .22-250 Remington cartridge:
The  22-250 Remington began as a wildcat by necking down the250-3000 Savage (also called the250 Savage) to .22″ caliber, by Harvey Donaldson in 1934.
The 250 Savage was designed by Charles Newton in 1915 and named it the  250-3000 because it was a 25 (250) caliber, and would go 3,000 Feet per Second.
Somehow Remington got the rights to the design and started production under the 22-250 Remington label and introduced it to the public in 1965.
I personally load and shoot this caliber and it is a great cartridge and easily produces 4,000 + Feet per Second velocities with 45 to 55 grain projectiles.
It is one of the best all round varmint cartridges and has outstanding accuracy.

Weight 0.10 lbs

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