.22 caliber

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Synonyms for .22 caliber

of or relating to the bore of a gun (or its ammunition) that measures twenty-two hundredths of an inch in diameter

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After the required (bigbore) training was completed, the folks at Gunsite supplied her with a similar S&W in .22 caliber so she could more comfortably complete the two-day course, including low-light nighttime shooting.
Despite the fact that the so-called experts had said "it couldn't be done," Ruger and his friend and partner Alexander Sturm pooled the former's design for a .22 caliber self-loading pistol and the latter's $50,000 investment to create a gun making empire.
The barrel is manufactured by Lothar Walther, and either .177 or .22 caliber barrels may be interchanged by the user.
The latest Theoben model, called the Imperator, is a .22 caliber underlever-cocking rifle that incorporates a pellet magazine, enabling the shooter to fire several shots quickly and without having to fumble with the pellets while trying to reload.
He said after White entered the airport, authorities already saw a .22 caliber bullet after passing the security inspection.
I have an old single-action revolver (.22 caliber) from Quality Firearms, Inc.
Lead buildup in the throat and chamber is a major problem with all .22 caliber guns.
This .22 caliber semi-auto features attractive rosewood grips, a TruGlo/Marble front sight and an adjustable rear sight.
Police seized from them two hand grenades, a .45 caliber pistol, a .22 caliber gun, and an M14 rifle, as well as ammunition.
What I do is turn down a tight bore, European .22 caliber barrel and cut a Bentz match chamber.