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Old February 15, 2019, 07:47 PM   #16
thallub
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Join Date: November 20, 2007
Location: South Western OK
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i'm not into the .17 calibers. My .22 WMR is used to hunt wild hogs on a large property where only rimfire rifles are allowed outside deer season.

Been loading the .22 Hornet and K-Hornet since the 1950s. It's very easy for me now.

Using old stock components i can reload a .22 Hornet or K-Hornet round quite cheapy: <20 cents. Years ago i stocked up on 40 grain Hornet bullets, IMR 4227 and Alliant 2400 powder and small primers. That stuff came from the closing of a chain of stores when Mao Mart came to OK and TX.

My most accurate .22 Hornet loads use small pistol primers. Yep, you read right.
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