Industry Spotlight: Why It's So Hard to Find .22 Ammo

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posted on January 4, 2016
Everyone, especially new shooters, loves to take their .22 to the range. It offers less report and recoil, so it's easier for the shooter to practice their fundamentals. There's just one problem: .22 rimfire can be awfully hard to find. So where is it all? American Rifleman's Mark Keefe talks to Federal Premium's Tim Brandt to get some answers.

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