New Forum Area for 22s and Smaller

Discussion in 'Small Stuff--22s, 20s, and 17s' started by Forum Boss, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. FroggyOne2

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    After the firing pin has been released by rearward movement of the trigger, then push forward on the trigger and then move the bolt rearward.
     
  2. charlesasmith

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    Re: H&R 317

    I have a 317 in 17 AH with the super skinny stock and a Pac-Nor barrel. So light I get recoil shooting a 20 gr bullet. Also have a 317 in 17M4 rebarreled from a factory 12-223. It has a gorgeous Herter's stock that I am afraid to ding up, but will be out shooting PDs with it soon. Did not shoot these guns for 19 years.

    Chuck
     
  3. charlesasmith

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    Re: 6mm - 224

    I have a barrel ready to go on my .243 that is a 6-250 AI that I plan on shooting 65-68 gr 6mm bullets. You may want to consider this cartridge, however, I do not know how finicky it may be to find the right load.

    Chuck
     
  4. bheadboy

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    I am the old goat in the crowd, I have no interest in sub calibers below 224, therefore, create the new thread and get them out of the 224.
    Bob
     
  5. Chris Partington

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    Cock the bolt dry fire the rifle without taking pressure off the trigger lift the handle and remove the bolt
     
  6. nmkid

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    Tomorrow I send in my bolt for my first .20. It will be a .20 Practical.
     
  7. FrankLD46

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    i love my ai hornet cooper with a 5.5to22x56 nxs shoot all day an barrel never heats up .20 gr v max 4000 fps oehler chrono
     
  8. Edad

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    More of a question than reply.
    I have a new cz527 22 H, the barrel is .224. I was given a few boxes of sierra 40 and 45 grain jacketed bullets,they are .223, can i use them along with once fired brass in my new CZ? I thought the rule of thumb was alway plus 1-2 thou larger was ok, but one thou smaller? What do you think??
     

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