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The .222 Remington, also known as the triple deuce, triple two, and treble two, is a centerfire rifle cartridge. Introduced in 1950, it was the first commercial rimless .22 (5.56 mm) cartridge made in the United States. As such, it was an entirely new design, without a parent case. The .222 Remington was a popular target cartridge from its introduction until the mid-1970s and still enjoys a reputation for accuracy. It remains a popular vermin or "varmint" cartridge at short and medium ranges with preferred bullet weights of 40–55 grains and muzzle velocities from 3,000 to 3,500 ft/s (915–1,067 m/s).
Remington Mohawk 600. Stand out in the crowd with this easy to carry, low recoil varmint rifle. In good shape for a 50+ rear old rifle that still has the front sight hood. Weaver style base. Plastic trigger guard that isn't warped. Transfer around Newberg, Wilsonville or Keizer.
I am getting rid of all my 222 Remington shells and brass. I have....
20...222 Remington 50gr power-lokt Hollow
Point factory shells
10...222 Remington reloads. I think the best
thing to do with these is pull them apart
And just use the components
70...222 Remington brass...
2 boxes of Winchester 222 Remington brass, fired once and need the primer knocked out of them...38 brass total. 1 box of 222 Remington with 12 empty brass needing the primer knocked out AND 8 live rounds. Total empty brass...50.....total live rounds...8. Cash only, FTF, not willing to travel and...
2 boxes with a total of 38 brass cases still with fired primer in them. Bought the casings new, loaded them, fired them and back into the box they went. Decided 222 Remington was not the caliber for me.
Hello, I have one box of 20 rounds of 222 Remington 50gr ammunition. This was in a misc box of ammo my father had. Box is in rough shape but, the ammo is fine. Porch pick up in Ridgefield with no holds. $10 firm. Thanks
This is a special rifle to me mainly because of the cartridge. I have made the most game kills with it from turkey, rabbit, groundhogs and to whitetails in Penn. I was amazed by its performance on whitetails!
I bought it new as a novelty and because of its weight, light weight in comparison to...
I have a pretty little rifle in 222 Remington for sale.
Imported from 1984 to 1986 only the Beretta 500-s is the small action Sako A-1 offering from the Italian gun maker. Quite rare indeed!
Little safe ding in the toe of the stock, (see pics) but otherwise in excellent condition!