.22 Caliber (.224) Reloading Bullets
.22 Caliber (.224) Bullets can be used to reload the .222 Remington, .223 Remington, .22-250 Remington, 220 Swift, .223 WSSM, 5.56 NATO, and other cartridges using a .224 diameter bullet.
Caution with respect to twist
rate. Twist rate varies greatly in this caliber from 1:14 in most .22-250
to 1:8 in .223 Rem.  and even 1:7 in some AR-15 barrels; Long heavy bullets will not stabilize in 1:14 twist.
Although the ability for the bullet to stabilize is some what dependant on
altitude, air density, velocity and bullet design. Short stubby blunt bullets
are more likely to stabilize then copper bullets with boat tails and polymer
tips. It is difficult to get most bullets to stabilize over 55 grains in a twist
rate of 1:14. With low density copper bullets the weight to stabilize can
be as low as 45 grains. in most factory 22-250 are 1:14. So you have
any doubt, please contact the manufacturer of the bullet before wasting your time
and money. I find a 50gr Hornady V-Max in my 22-250 with 37.5 grains of
Varget hard to beat out of my Savage Varmint rifle with one hole groups at 100
For Dear and Antelope hunting the
new .224 bullets from Nosler 64 gr Bonded Protected Point Deer Hunting
bullets that work in 1:14 twist 22-250 rifles. 100 Per Box Model 38135.
Introduced in 2013 many Deer and Antelope have been shoot with great success.
The bullets was designed for Deer hunters and works equally well in ,223 Rem but
it is really the first true successful .224 bullet designed for Deer hunting with
a 22-250. Most hunters are reporting very high weight retention and many
reporting complete pass through with larger exit wounds then any other 224 bullets
they have tried on Deer.
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