Machined from brass rod stock and designed to use a .22 rimfire blank in a special chamber inside the cartridge. The firing pin hits the .22ís rimfire and ignites the black powder loaded in the main cartridge. Fill this case as full as possible with black powder leaving room for a round ball. Load these cases one at a time in repeating arms; the .22ís primer will not always be at the firing pinís point of impact. All chambers can be loaded in the Richards and Richards Mason Colt conversions. The Spencer rimfire case work nicely in both rifle and carbine chambered for .56/50 and .56/52. The .22 rimfire blanks (our stock number XA2710 work well with this.) These cases cannot be used in the 1866 Winchester and the Henry because the guns have two firing pin lugs.
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