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Winchester Super-X .22 Short Rimfire Blank 50 Round Box X22SB

 
Winchester
X22SB
020892100688
65134
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Winchester Super-X .22 Short Blanks are designed for training revolvers and starter pistols. They provide consistent dependable performance. This is a black powder round with visible smoke. As with all live ammunition, blanks should be treated with caution and all firearm safety rules should be strictly observed at all times.

.22 Short
Black Powder Blank Round
Visible Smoke
Corrosive

Uses: Training Revolvers, and Starter Pistols

50 rounds per box. To buy a full case order 100 boxes.

Ammo Price is per box.

 
Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"Ammo .22 Short Blank Super-X Rimfire Cartridge, Black PowderIM FINDING GREAT USE AT TRACK MEETS. PLLENTY LOUD ENOUGH FOR STARTERS.BLACK POWDER PROVIDES GOOD FIRE SMOKE FOR TIMERS.starters: remember to clean your chamber often between races.\"on your marks\" \"set\" BANG!"
– trackstarter
5.0 5
"I use these for starting my horses for mounted gun training and they are great. Never had one miss fire, they have all been consistant. What can I say, these blanks fit my neeeds perfictly."
– Rod HTA
5.0 5
"Wichester 22 Short Black Powder Blanks are the best. Cheaper Than Dirt has the best price and is very reliable. Can't beat it!"
– Dr Bill
5.0 5
"Never had a missfire with these and boy are they loud. Very nice. Thanks, CTD."
– Boschwitz
5.0 5
"Bought these for the starter pistols I use for high school track and field. They worked great. I only had one not fire. The rest worked perfectly so far."
– Eric
5.0 5
"As a Civil War reanactor we've found that these make great caps for artilary hammerlocks"
– M Garlach
2.0 5
"After cleaning, used for the third session of practice mounted shooting in a 1967 Frontier Colt with a .22 Magnum cylinder, the ammo did not perform so well. Most of the rounds were loud, but some only partially fired during the firing of 36 rounds. The weapon was so clogged with wadding and unburned powder, the action was sluggish. An unbelievable amount of debris was forced from the cylinder and barrel with the wire brush."
– Tom