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Posted: 11/26/2001 9:41:46 AM EDT
Does it exist? In like a copper jacket?
Link Posted: 11/26/2001 9:54:39 AM EDT
Only plated, not real jacketed.
Link Posted: 11/26/2001 10:07:39 AM EDT
The military made some jacketed .22LR rifle rounds - for what purpose I'm not sure, perhaps for the old, silenced .22's that spec ops have. I read about it in Precision Shooting or The Accurate Rifle - there was a big article about the evolution of the .22 bullet called "A Brass Cup, A Pinch of powder, A Lump of Lead."

Scouts Out!

Tanker
Link Posted: 11/26/2001 11:34:07 AM EDT
Norm_G
where would one purchase such plated .22's?
hum?
Link Posted: 11/26/2001 11:47:51 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/26/2001 11:40:43 AM EDT by bigsapper]
I use Winchester X22LR in my Ruger Mk 22/45. It's a "plated" 40gr. RN. The indoor range I shoot at doesn't allow rounds that have bullets with exposed lead.

More info here...
www.winchester.com/ammunition/store/rimproductsheet.eye?symbol=X22LR&qrystr=Y2FydGxpc3Q9TWpJZ1RHOXVaeUJTYVdac1pRJTNEJTNEJ­mJyYW5kbGlzdD1ub25lJmltYWdlPW9uJnN1bW1hcnk9b2­4mcmlmbGU9b24maGFuZGd1bj1vbg==

HTH.
Link Posted: 11/26/2001 5:18:29 PM EDT
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