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The 22 Extra long was introduced
in the early 1880's and was
chambered in Remington, Ballard,
Wesson, Stevens rifles and
later in Winchester's M1903 and
M1904 single shot bolt action rifles.
It is also reported it to be chambered
in some Smith & Wesson revolvers.
The Cartridge was loaded with  
approximately 6 grains of black
powder and used 30 to 40 grain
projectiles. The over-all- length is
approximately 1.149" to 1.159"
Ammunition production stopped
approximately  around 1935, so
these cartridges have been obsolete
for at least 74 years.
A very scare it item to find.
Limited to one cartridge per
customer, unless we agree to more.
22 Extra Long Rimfire
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Non Oxide projectile, H/S
$ 9.95 per Cartridge
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Older Oxide projectile, "U" H/S
$ 8.95 per Cartridge
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22 Ex.
Lg.
22
Long
Rifle
22
Ex
Lg