Where's the .22 Rimfire?

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posted on August 11, 2014
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undefinedIt's no secret that, for months now, .22 rimfire ammo hasn't been easy to find. Readers have regularly asked us for answers, and now we have a chance to offer one, straight from the source.

We regularly receive guests from throughout the industry at our Fairfax headquarters, and last week the folks from ATK—which, you'll remember, is responsible for Federal Premium and CCI, among other companies—paid visit. American Rifleman's Mark Keefe took advantage of the opportunity and didn't hesitate to pose the question our readers have long wanted an answer to. Check out the video embedded below and get the details from one of the industry's leading sources.

Read Dave Campbell's take on the .22 rimfire situation—and learn more about the cartridge's history—right here.

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