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1206191890

.220 Swift by Western / Winchester, Older “Pre-1961” Production, “SUPER- X 220 SWIFT” H/S, 48 gr. JSP, Box of 20 Cartridges! Box not mint see picture and info on page.

$47.50

“ Pre-1961 Factory Production!”,  Cartridges Mint! May have minor *Patana* NO Dents! No Scratches, No corrosion! No Junk! BOX NOT MINT but will display well, only defaced on bottom or top as someone removed old price label, otherwise great front and will display well for  70 + year old box. !
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For more information on this item, please see below.

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“ Pre-1961 Factory Production!”,  Cartridges Mint! May have minor *Patana* NO Dents! No Scratches, No corrosion! No Junk! Box not mint but will display well, only defaced on bottom or top as someone removed old price label, otherwise great front and will display well for  70 + year old box.

One Box of 20 Cartridges .220 Swift by Western / Winchester, box not mint but will display well, only defaced on bottom or top as someone removed old price label, otherwise great front and will difpaly well for  70 + year old box. CARTRIDGES made with (Then New) brass with a  “”SUPER- X 220 SWIFT” Head-Stamp, factory  loaded with a 48 grain  JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile. May have minor *Patina: Most collectors like Patina (nice word for tranish) Due to age some Patina started, or if you want polish it with brass polish.  The reason we know it is pre-1961 is there is no “child warning on the box, which began in 1962.

For more versions of this caliber in different single cartridges, please click here: LINK!

History of .220 Swift cartridge:
The 220 Swift was developed by Winchester from the 6mm Lee case, introduced by Winchester in 1935, chambered in the Winchester Model 54 bolt-action rifle, and later in 1936 in the Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle.
The 220 Swift was an exceptionally fast cartridge for its time, given the powders available in 1935, and it is still one of the fastest calibers today with speeds over 4,100 feet per second, making it still a great varmint cartridge today.
Remington offered an electric primed rifle and cartridge in 220 swift, along with 25-250 Remington and 243 Winchester calibers in 2000. (Those cartridges will not work in a normal primed rifle.)
The popularity of the 220 Swift waned with the introduction of the Remington 22-250 in 1965; however it is still a great caliber.

Weight 0.10 lbs
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