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$ 1.95 per Cartridge, limit one
cartridge per customer for now
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5.7x33mm Spitfire                             
.30 Carbine necked down to .22"Cal.
The idea for a lite machine gun in .22 caliber did
not start with the FN  P90 in 5.7x28mm, which is
a hot item today, in 2011..
It started way back in the 1960's.
One of them was the  5.7x33 Johnson Spitfire,
(.22/.30 Carbine) designed by aBoston lawyer
and Captain in the Marine Corps Reserve named
Melvin Johnson Jr..
Mr. Johnson turned away practicing law, to his
passion, cartridge / rifle design earlier in 1937  to
designed, built, and successfully tested both a
semi-automatic rifle and a prototype light machine gun
(LMG).
One of his last postwar ventures was in 1963, when
he introduced a 5.7 mm caliber version of the
M1 Carbine, aka "the Spitfire".
Johnson promoted the smaller caliber and the
modified 22/30 carbine as a survival rifle for
jungle or other remote areas.
While the concept had some military application
when used for in the selective-fire  M2 Carbine, it
was not pursued and very few 5.7 mm Spitfire
carbines were produced.
This is basically a military Wildcat, or now a
proprietary cartridge as a few  have been produced
commercially.
Military Wildcat
Johnson Spitfire
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$ 34.95 for 20 Cartridges
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$ 69.95 for 50 Cartridges
5.7x33mm
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5.7
Spitfire
30
Carbine
www.ammo-one.com
Private Label
Made with New Brass, Jacketed Soft Point
Projectiles, Head-Stamps May Vary.
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Out of stock on boxes
On order, no way to know
how long before back in stock