Ballistics and Drop for the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire (WMR)

To Begin,    22 Win Mag Rimfire also known as The .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire (.22 WMR) was designed in 1959 by manufacturer Winchester. The parent case is the .22 Winchester Rimfire.

The rifle wasnt used until late 1960 because no rifle was made to chamber the round.

The ballistic performance of the .22 WMR based off 30, 40, 50 grain is 2,200 ft/s (30 gr), 1,910 ft/s (40 gr), 1,650 ft/s (50 gr).

Next  The .22 WMR is a more powerful cartridge than the .22 Long Rifle and is considered too much for small game hunting at close range.

Again, The round however can be used for hunting small game at further distances past 125 yards with well placed shots, but can blow animals apart if shots are placed in the body.

However,  The .22 WMR is mostly popular with people who use it for varmint hunting to get rid of pests such as fox, squirrels, or coyotes.22 Win Mag Rimfire.

Furthermore,  Winchester Model 61 pump action rifle and Savage Model 24 combination rifle were the first two firearms to use the .22 WMR cartridge.

And, Revolvers are made by manufacturers such as Smith & Wesson, Taurus, and Ruger. Semi-automatic rifles are manufacturers such as Marlin, Remington, and Ruger.

Additionally, The .22 WMR is also can be as a self-defense round with production by manufacturers such as Hornady or Gold Dot.22 Win Mag Rimfire.

Last, According to Marshall & Sanow the .22 WMR has a 42% one shot stop rate, but some have argued the accuracy of their data collection for statistics.

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