Questions & Answers

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Know the limitations of the product. Stinger will reach 300 yards, but it is not a coyote killer at that range.
First and foremost we stand for quality ammunition with the broadest selection for the rimfire shooter. The initials themselves make up the name Dick Speer and Arvid Nelson gave to their company "Cascade Cartridge, Inc.
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The 22 WRF is a completely different cartridge than the 22 WMR. Shoot those cartridges only in guns so marked “22 WRF.” Also, we advise against the use of 22 WRF in pistols marked for that caliber, as we have found pistols that have small-diameter barrels.
Many aftermarket barrels use a match chamber to enhance accuracy. When the cartridge is fed into the barrel, it will push the bullet into the rifling, when you attempt to remove the unfired cartridge, it could stay in the rifling and only the unfired casing will be withdrawn from the gun.
Yes, you can shoot CB Shorts or Longs in your pistol/rifle. These are a reduced velocity load at about 710 feet per sec. These cartridges are made for both low velocity and low noise. While they are very accurate, they will often malfunction in a semi-auto gun.