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1206191890

.222 Remington, Factory “PROOF” by Western/Olin, DYED “JSP”, DYED “W-W SUPER” H/S, *WARNING*, One Cartridge not a Box!

$4.75

*WARNING*: Proof cartridges are “High Pressure” do not fire in your firearm, or you may be injured or killed!
“Factory Production!” May have minor Scratches, No corrosion! No Junk!
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only.
For more versions of this caliber cartridge, please click here: LINK!

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

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

One Cartridge not a Box: .222 Remington by Western/ Olin factory production using new New Nickel brass cases with  “ W-W SUPER   222 REM”  Dyed Red Head-Stamp and loaded with a 50 grain JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) Dyed Red projectile.  May have minor scratches.

For more versions of this caliber cartridge, please click here: LINK!

*WARNING*: Proof cartridges are “High Pressure” do not fire in your firearm, or you may be injured or killed!
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 .222 Remington cartridge:
The .222 Remington, aka Triple Deuce was introduced in 1950 by Remington Arms Company (as a completely new designed cartridge) to compete against the .219 Zipper by Winchester in a market between the .22 Hornet and .22 Swift (before the 223 Remington or 22.250 Remington).
It was first chambered in the Remington Model 722 Bolt-Action rifle.
Many other cartridges have been designed using the .222 Remington case, sure as .221 Remington Fireball,.17 Remington Fireball, .17 Remington and more recently the .204 Ruger.

 

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