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About This VOSTOK 22 Short AmmunitionThese Russian made .22 Short cartridges are not only a collectible piece of firearms history but represent a high degree of quality and performance that is unlikely to be attained again. As a holdover from the 1970's, these Vostok rounds will never again see modern manufacture and are highly sought after by antique collectors and curio specialists alike. Due to the time of their creation and the USSR’s interest in shooting sports, it is speculated that these rounds were created for competitive use at the Olympics. While we cannot guarantee exact storage temperatures over the past four decades, we have been assured that the rounds have been kept away from moisture and corrosive elements.
As such, each cartridge comes topped with a 28-grain lead round nose (LRN) projectile that bears a light coat of wax. This thin film reduces lead fouling, preserves accuracy, and helps to smooth over imperfections in bore rifling with each successive shot. The small and skinny profile of the of the LRN bullet facilitates smooth feeding even when used with older firearms that often possess narrow, steep feed ramps. Buying in bulk with this 600-round brick allows rimfire enthusiasts to save some memorabilia, shoot a healthy share, and even pass out a few of the boxes as prestigious gifts.
|Ammo Caliber||22 Short|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
Customer Reviews of this 22 SHORT VOSTOK SUPER MATCH 28 GRAIN LRN (600 ROUNDS)
Too large of a diameter.
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I purchased these to be shot in an old target .22. It seems that one out of three rounds don't fully go into battery. I cycle that round out and shoot again. I purchased some CCI shorts that work flawlessly. This is a bummer.
I found them to be larger in diameter then expected
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Where the bullet meets the shell they seem to be larger in diameter than the rest of the casing which makes it difficult for insertion into the chamber and especially for extraction after the round has been fired. I'm proposing some lite Emery cloth to send them in a lathe but that's a lot of shells any other suggestions would be appreciated thanks
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