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Is that the one that uses a .22 rimfire magnum case and a .17" bullet?Has anyone here purchased the new Winchester wildcat rimfire rifle . . .
My same question. If it's a .22LR case that fires a .22 bullet, what's so fabulously different about it? Maybe the bullet is one of them pointy, ballistic-tip thangs?I wonder why they call it a wildcat, then?
It's not a wildcat rifle as we think of wildcat cartridges. The name of the rifle is Wildcat. Seems the OP suffered a capitalization failure. Praise God no one was injured or killed...Winchester wildcat rimfire rifle . . .
It has a detachable box magazine. Does that make it an "assault " rifle? It's black, too. That has to add to its Evil Factor.... . . nothing particularly special . . .
Local sporting goods stores have not seen any yet, called winchester, they said that they will be in their warehouse by end of month. Retailers should begin to see them within a week after that. I have read three test reports and all have been positive, by just removing one pin the rifle breaks down so that you can clean it from breech to barrel, with open sights it has delivered groups around one and a quarter inches fired from a sandbag, trigger pull on test models is four and a half pounds, retail price is $229.00My Google-Fue says it's a new rifle with a catchy ( and confusing name) .22 LR rifle. nothing particularly special, ( kinda funky looking) and there is also Winchesters .22LR brand ammo too!
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You did better than I did. My barrel was a Clark Custom; the receiver was a 7075-T6 billet of the Ruger 10/22 made by Tactical Innovations up in Bonners Ferry, Idaho; the bolt was a Volquartsen; the trigger group was a Kidd (or Kidde) and the stock was a Revival Industries lefthanded thumbhole in a beautiful charcoal & blue laminate. The completed rifle was truly gorgeous. Too bad it shot so badly it wasn't worth writin' home about it.I have 2 .22 rifles that define the absolute limits of what a .22 can do! Both are capable of accuracy far far beyond what most believe a .22 can produce and thus, are worthy of keeping and using!
I'm wondering if the Turkish People can own them...Turkey is keeping busy making all the affordable guns...
Turkey has 4 different licenses one must acquire in order to posses/carry a firearm.I'm wondering if the Turkish People can own them...