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222 Remington

222 Remington


222 Remington

The 222 Remington cartridge was developed and created by Mike Walker. Who just happens to be responsible for the button process found on rifling barrels. The 222 Remington was popularized by a new form of shooting called benchrest. Benchrest is simply a rest that is used to steady your rifle before shooting in an attempt to gain accuracy. Some purists contend that this is the ultimate way to discover your shooting prowess.

Until recently, almost all benchrest contests were carried out by shooters using 222 Remington cartridges. During the 1970’s as benchrest contests grew in popularity, almost all participants used 222 Remington cartridges, this was due to the rounds inherent accuracy . Whilst still popular with some shooters, time and technology have moved and it is becoming rarer for 222 Remington cartridges to be used for most benchrest events. Most benchrest contests are now competed with 223 Remington cartridges.

If you’re looking to roll back the years and experience the same feeling as benchrest participants from the 1970’s, you will certainly enjoy the 222 Remington. It’s true that it has been superseded by other cartridges that have a greater range, however if you want to make it “real”, give the 222 Remington a try.

The first 222 Remington came onto the market in 1950. Originally designed specifically for the 722 bolt action rifle by Remington. This model was later replaced by the 700 series rifle.

In terms of comparisons, it is said that the 222 Remington is similar to the 219 Zipper. However, unlike the 219 Zipper it is rimless and more suited to more modern bolt action type rifles. Unlike a lot of new cartridge developments of late, the 222 Remington is based on an original design. This really was a labor of love for its creator Mike Walker.

In summary, the 222 Remington is most likely to be consigned to the history books as it has been replaced with cartridges more capable of greater shooting lengths and performance. That said, there are still a lot of people that grew up with the 222 Remington cartridge and will continue to use them.

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