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DoctorWho wrote: »
If you shoot your shorts, they will be full of holes...... :rotflmao:
cpj wrote: »
Since you can get .22 LR in every flavor under the sun, including those that match the performance of the vaunted .22 Short...they are irrelevant unless you have a gun that only shoots shorts.
You can get the same performance in .22 LR for less money.
Teach wrote: »
How many .38's would it take to erode the cylinder on a .357 revolver? Lead and/or powder fouling might make a .22 LR hard to chamber after a LOT of rounds were fired.
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Have used .22 Shorts in most of my rifles for fun, not having a particular task for them that a .22LR round can't do. Work nicely out of lever, bolt and pump actions, but couldn't make them work properly (Not even the more powerful ones made by Winchester) in the only gun factory-labeled as a .22 Short/Long/LR, a Higgins 31 semiauto.
But my 62A holds dern near 33% more ammo with .22short versus long rifle.