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Old 01-22-2020, 05:16 AM
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Just got an ad from rural king.Meets 2 of my criteria,unique,and cheap 149.99$,single shot,swap barrels.
I have several revolvers that you switch cylinder between 22/22m,but I'm kinda confused on this.I know there is a size difference.
I guess the barrel can handle both sizes,and being a break open single shot,you just slide it in,so does it have a bigger "chamber"?

Not sure if I'm asking right,but how does this work.

I have a single shot 22 with a bolt,but it can't shoot 22mag.Could they not make a bolt single shot that does both?22/22m?
I get confused on the mechanical/physical difference on it...any way to explain it to me?

No special reason other than its different,I don't have one,and I can "waste"150 bucks this month.
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I suspect its either 22 LR or 22 Mag not both if a 2 barrel set. I think at one time they offered 3 barreled sets.

The case size is different in diameter and so are the bullets by .002. Regular 22 stuff might shoot in a mag but the cases will split every time. In a long rifle, you can shoot shorts or longs - same as 38 Special in a 357.
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checked the specs,just one barrel for 22/22m.and 1 for 410,thats why I'm confused,maybe a typo?
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https://www.rkguns.com/rossi-410-22-...1813y22od.html
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I have the .22lr/20 gauge combo. It all goes in a decent carry bag. I've shot the 20 ga and it is light, but not too bad in recoil. Convenient and easy.
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Unless they have invented a new wonder chamber adapter the rifle is either 22 LR or 22 Mag. You can buy a 410 chamber adapter in 22 LR and like one in 22 Mag. You will need to work hard to get the 22 LR to fire in a mag chamber and the mag will not fit in the LR chamber.

My model 53 S&W will shoot 22 LR with inserts or the 22 Jet (a 357 Mag necked to 22} and it uses the correct .222 diameter bullets not the ,224 of the rimfire 22 Mag. The 22 Jet is also known as the Remington CenterFire Magnaum and it was invented before the rimfire 22 mag.

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Cool,so I guess its a misprint in the ad I linked?Thanks for all the input!
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Whatever it actually shoots, that’s a steal of a price.
Bought a set for the oldest grandson. Later, he also got the Savage model 24, .223 over 20 gauge, so he’s set for lots of uses.
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checked the specs,just one barrel for 22/22m.and 1 for 410,thats why I'm confused,maybe a typo?
I have one in .410/22lr. Gave $100 for it out the door, NIB at the local gun store a few years back. Came with a zip up carry case for everything as well. When I got ours the store was also doing some promo where they tossed in 100rnds of UMC .223 ammo if you bought the thing for a hundred bucks... Guessing they were having trouble selling them even at the hundred dollar price point?


For 22lr the thing is perfect for a kid. Being a single shot - You can hand the kid a brick of 22lr and he can plink all freakin day long for next to nothing. No such thing as a 'mag dump' with this. Very safe and easy to operate. The thing is very light weight. This is great in 22lr but YOU need to shoot it a few times in the .410 configuration BEFORE you hand it off to anyone else to try out.

As light as it is - It is not any fun with the .410 barrel for smaller kids.

I made the mistake of not trying it myself first before letting junior try out the .410 barrel one time and it literally knocked him on his butt. Kid was NOT happy at all. At first I thought perhaps he was just standing wrong or off balance or something when that happened so after dusting junior off and making sure he was ok I gave it a try in .410 config. It was not fun at all. You will feel a great deal of recoil thanks to the light weight... I will NEVER again hand anyone a firearm of mine without shooting it myself a few times FIRST. Felt like a real heel after realizing just how hard that thing kicked the son in stock .410 configuration. Not cool on my part.

They do not come with any sort of padded anything on the end of the stock. Just a hard piece of plastic held on to the stock with a few screws. You take those screws out and the stock is hollow as heck (and also plastic).

To get mine 'adjusted' to where the kid could shoot it with the .410 barrel I bought a slip over padded recoil pad thing that came with several inserts so that you could tune the thickness of the padding before slipping it over the end of the stock. That helped some... The biggest help was the hollowed out stock. I removed the two screws on the endplate of the stock and filled that cavity full of 230grain FMJ weights I had laying around. Between adding weight and the recoil pad thing ours became much more 'useable' for everyone.
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