Ammunition

Top 10 .22-Caliber Posts as of June 8, 2013

Most shooters say they like more power in their rifles and handguns, but their buying habits show they overwhelmingly prefer less power — that is, in total rounds sold, .22-caliber firearms and ammunition dominate cartridge sales figures. Likewise, in The Shooter’s Log many of the most popular articles we’ve published covered firearms and ammunition of the various .22-caliber chamberings, including the 5.7×28 FN (.220), .22 LR (.223), .22 WMR (.224), and .223 Remington. (.224). Here are the most popular items:

  1. Best Selling AR-15s of 2011
  2. The Definitive List of 2012’s Top Five AR-15s
  3. Kel-Tec Announces New .22 WMR Handgun, the PMR-30
  4. FN Herstal Five-seveN 5.7x28mm Pistol
  5. Windham Weaponry — Today’s Best AR-15 or Clone?
  6. The Best Time to Pull the Trigger on a Colt LE 6920
  7. .22 LR Competition Pistols: What to Buy, What Not to Buy
  8. My Most Accurate AR-15s
  9. .223 Rem vs 5.56: An Exhaustive Review
  10. Customizing the Ruger 10/22 .22 Long Rifle

    Best Selling AR-15s of 2011 1 2011 53519   The Definitive List of 2012’s Top Five AR-15s 2 2012 Danieldefense   Kel-Tec Announces New .22WMR Handgun, the PMR-30 3 PMR-30   FN Herstal Five-seveN 5.7x28mm Pistol 4 FN5.7.2                   Windham Weaponry — Today’s Best AR-15 or Clone?   5 windham GUN-223   The Best Time to Pull the Trigger on a Colt LE 6920 6 6920   .22 LR Competition Pistols: What to Buy, What Not to Buy 7 22 comp pistols RugerMk3             My Most Accurate AR-15s 8 Fulton-Armory-FAR-15-003020   223 Rem vs 5.56: An Exhaustive Review 9 223-vs-556-chambers-200x300-2   Customizing the Ruger 10/22 .22 Long Rifle 10 customizing RGR-013

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Comments (2)

  1. While you have done nicely at rating some items, the claim “buying habits show they overwhelmingly prefer less power” is a fallacy. The only reason so many 22 rounds are sold is due to price per round, not preference of caliber. If ammunition was free or all the same price per round, you’d very likely see large calibers moving off shelves much more than 22

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