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.22, or "22 caliber", is a small, extremely common size of ammunition.
.22 caliber rimfire variations include:
- .22 Long Rifle (LR), the most common variety of .22 caliber ammunition, often referred to simply as ".22 caliber"
- .22 BB (Bulleted Breech Cap)
- .22 CB (Conical Ball Cap)
- .22 CB cap, a .22 in (5.6mm) American rimfire cartridge
- .22 Long, same length, but lighter bullet than .22 LR
- .22 Extra Long, a .22 in (5.6mm) American rimfire rifle and handgun cartridge
- .22 Short, used mostly in pocket pistols and mini-revolvers
- .22 Winchester Rimfire, an American rimfire rifle cartridge
- .22 WMR, (Winchester Magnum Rimfire) a cartridge that is longer and more powerful than a .22 LR
- .22 Winchester Automatic, a .22 in (5.6mm) American rimfire rifle cartridge
.22 caliber centerfire ammunition with "22" in the name:
- .22 Accelerator, a special loading of the .30-30, .308, and .30-06 cartridges that is manufactured by Remington
- .22 Eargesplitten Loudenboomer, a cartridge for a rifle
- .22 Hornet, a powerful variation, also known as 5.6×35R mm 5.728mm
- .22 Reed Express, a "wildcat" version of 7.62×25mm that fires .22 caliber projectiles
- .22 Remington Jet, a .22 in (5.6mm) American centerfire revolver and rifle cartridge
- .22 BR Remington, a wildcat cartridge commonly used in varmint hunting and benchrest shooting
- .22 Savage HP, aka 5.6×52R, .22 Savage Hi-power, .22 Imp, a cartridge similar to the 22 Hornet introduced by Savage in 1912
- .22 Spitfire, an American rifle cartridge
- .22 PPC, a firearm cartridge used primarily in benchrest shooting
- 22 (number), the natural number following 21 and preceding 23
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