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  • Posted in thread: Rechambering .22 LR to .22 Mag on 03-01-2010 at 09:27 PM
    Sorry, I seem to have double-posted that reply.As an additional query, if any of you are
    professionally involved in gun modification and you'd be willing to put your name to the above
    information, wou...

  • Posted in thread: Rechambering .22 LR to .22 Mag on 03-01-2010 at 09:05 PM
    Hi everyone,Thanks for your swift replies! In response to robocop10mm and Highpower, both fired
    cases and bullets are recovered and definitively stated to be the Winchester Super-X Rimfires -
    these, t...

  • Posted in thread: Rechambering .22 LR to .22 Mag on 03-01-2010 at 11:54 AM
    Hello all,I have a question from across the pond - I'm a student in the UK, so I'm nowhere near
    as acquainted with terminology as you folks, please forgive me if I'm incorrect in some details
    :)For a ...

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February 28, 2016  •  06:27 PM
Hello, i am sorry to bother you. This is sort of out of the blue, but i currently taking a forensic module at the university of exeter and stumbled across you post. We have appeared to been given a similar case, at least regarding a number of Winchester super-x rimfire ammunition x22m, 22 wmr, full metal jacket, 40GR, 1910 ps bullets and rounds and a smith & wesson rim fire pistol (model 22a). From the look of your threads you were advised that these were not compatible with each other and therefore another weapon would of had to be used. I was wondering if this is the finial decision you made and if you would be able to give me any advice about the "lost" weapon or even the case.
 
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