.22-250 Remington vs .220 Swift
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.22-250 Remington VS .220 Swift

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.22-250 Remington

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Gun Specifications

Specifications

.22-250 Remington

.220 Swift

Height

1.91

2.21

Average FPS

3787

3846

Average Grain

51

51

Average Energy

1624

1674

Recoil

0.90

0.90

Ballistic Coefficient

224.44

221.00

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Gun Descriptions

The Remington 22-250 has been around since the 1960s, when it was initially manufactured. It is a very popular long-range calibre because it produces significantly more energy than previous generations. It has a quick, high-velocity motion. 22 calibre rifle cartridge used mostly for varmint and small game hunting. At 4,450 feet per second, it is now the fastest production cartridge in the world, surpassing the .204 Ruger. Arthur Savage popularized the 22-250 Remington in 1915. The 22-250 was a wildcat cartridge produced from a.250-3000 Savage case necked down to receive a.224 caliber bullet when it was first introduced. The .22-250 cartridge is comparable to the.220 Swift cartridge, although it is far more popular and offers a greater range of commercially available factory ammunition than the Swift. One of the observations about this calibre is that if you need to reach a couple of hundred yards and are looking for something completely flat shooting, this is the calibre for you. Standard factory-installed. 22-250 With 1,654 ftlbf (2,243 J) of energy, Remington can propel a 55 grain (3.56 g) spitzer bullet at 3,680 ft/s (1122 m/s). These bullets have excellent downrange performance on both varmints and targets, but the 1:12 twist rate prevents them from being adequately stabilized. You'll need a.22-250 with a 1:8 twist and a modified barrel to use these heavy-for-caliber rounds. Many outdoorsmen keep a.22-250 Remington in their safe, which they frequently use to hunt coyotes with after the deer season has over. There are numerous alternatives if you're looking for a serious coyote rifle, but you can't go wrong with a.22-250 Remington.

220 Swift Ammo The 220 Swift Ammo remains the fastest production cartridge ever made. It dates back to 1935 when Winchester introduced it into their model 54 bolt action rifle. The original inspiration of the 220 Swift Ammo came from Grosvenor Wotkyns, who wanted to neck down the 250-3000 Savage case. However, Winchester necked it down to .22 caliber and loaded it with a 48-grain bullet with a muzzle velocity of 4110 fps. The 220 Swift Ammo uses .224 bullets despite its name and continues to be the most accurate high-power .22 cartridge created. Like other high-velocity cartridges, it usually has erratic performance on larger specimens unless you utilize bullets constructed for this purpose. The .220 Swift Ammo shoots flatter than other ammo at 325 yards. It is also known to deliver 725 foot-pounds energy. The cartridge length of the 220 Swift Ammo is 2.680 inches, leaving enough room for standard short-action magazines. In addition, with its powder capacity, today’s longer high B.C. bullets are an excellent choice for increasing its versatility. With the 220 Swift Ammo, you can achieve muzzle velocities as high as 3,350 fps with a 75-grain bullet. It is also famous for its precisions and offers users long-range performance and minimal wind deflection. Besides its use for long-range rodent control work, it is also ideal as a long-range coyote cartridge. In states where .22 calibers are legal for hunting big games, the 220 Swift Ammo is a proven killer of mule deer, pronghorn, and even whitetails. It is an excellent choice for ringing steel at a distance; all you have to do is pace yourself.

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