Plinking starts with a .22 revolver for most folks. They are easy to use, affordable, and many of them bring…Read More >
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If there is any firearm I enjoy shooting, it is the humble .22 caliber rifle. The first shots I fired…Read More >
A good .22 LR is a staple of any firearm collection. They are fun to shoot and offer a great…Read More >
When it comes to new guns being introduced, firearms writers are often in the loop early on. That fact being…Read More >
The .22 Long Rifle has been one of the most popular rounds since its creation over 100 years ago. Many…Read More >
Among the most popular sporting arms is the .22 caliber rifle. A certain price point is appealing, with some rifles…Read More >
If there is anything more American and more enjoyable for shooters than a lever-action .22 rimfire rifle, I haven’t seen…Read More >
Among the guns everyone should have is the Heritage .22 caliber single-action revolver. Not only should you own one, but…Read More >
One of the best uses for the .22 LR is training youngsters to shoot. The cartridge offers a mild report, is inexpensive, and is plentiful at present, and its accuracy with the right load is excellent. Any ammunition may be used for this pastime or for training. Most often, the most inexpensive ammunition is used. This is OK as far as it goes. However, when you are firing at targets and attempting to shoot to the best of your ability, you will value accuracy more.
Ruger’s first departure from steel and aluminum construction was the Mark IV 22/45 Lite pistol. This is a polymer frame .22 caliber handgun meant to conform closely to 1911 .45 dimensions in order for the pistol to provide a good training understudy for the 1911-type handgun. It has done so, but also offers an excellent platform for anyone desiring a .22 caliber self-loading handgun.