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1206191890

.225 Winchester Factory Dummy by Western/Winchester, PRE-1964 “SUPER-X” H/S, 55gr. JSP,, One Cartridge not a Box. INERT! Not mint, see page.

$4.95

“New (PRE-1964 per Box code) Production!”, Not Mint will have some wear and discolored dye. No Dent!
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only,

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“Older (Pre-1964 per box code.) Production!”,

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

One Cartridge, not a box: .225 Winchester by Western/Winchester/Olin. Factory Dummy factory loaded with (then new) Winchester Brass cases with “SUPER-X 225 WIN”  Head-Stamp and dyed dark brown with a 55 grain, JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile, Inert Primer with hole in it. Not Mint will have some wear and discolored dye.

For more Dummy Cartridges in different Calibers , please click Here: LINK!

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

Factory Dummy Cartridge History:
Most all “Factory” dummy cartridges are dyed brown, or chromed case and have no gunpowder, with either no primer or a drilled inert primer, or many have no primer pocket at all or no hole in the primer pocket and in rimfire dummy cartridges, in most cases, will have a hole drilled in the head to indicate a dummy cartridge.
They are all inert, not live and will not fire in a firearm.
Factory dummy cartridges are used by firearms manufactures, gunsmiths and many firearms owners to safely test the firearm’s actions.
The military also uses them for drills and parades.

History of the .243 Winchester Cartridge:
The 225 Winchester (.22 caliber) semi-rimmed cartridge was introduced in 1964 to basically replace the .220 Swift cartridge in the Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle.
Even though the 225 Winchester ballistics were as good as the 22-250 Remington it was never popular due to the 22-250 Remington market share.
Now considered obsolete however Winchester has done special runs from time to time, but at very high retails.
Now obsolete, except for smaller producers making from other calibers. (As of this writing 01/04/2024).

Weight 0.10 lbs
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