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Thread: VL caseless Ammo 22 cal.

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    Default VL caseless Ammo 22 cal.

    I have 1100 rounds of VL caseless ammo for sale 125.00 plus shipping.
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    MAN YOU DONT SEE THAT EVERY DAY . INTERESTING STUFF AN HISTORY THERE

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    I've been shopping for a rifle on Gunbroker. I'm just too poor right now or I'd buy this ammo.
    I've bid on some unfired presentation models. Not all that expensive.
    Interesting story on how they had to stop making them.
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    What the hell is .22 caseless? I never heard or seen that before
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    One of the first caseless firearm and ammunition systems produced was actually made by Daisy, the airgun maker, in 1968. The V/L Rifle used a .22 caliber (5.5 mm) low powered caseless round with no primer. The rifle was basically a spring-piston air rifle, but when used with the V/L ammunition the energy from the compression of the piston heated the air behind the caseless cartridge enough to ignite the propellant, and this generated the bulk of the energy of firing. The Daisy V/L Rifle system was discontinued in 1969 after the ATF ruled that it was not an airgun, but a firearm, which Daisy was not licensed to produce.[10]
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    I found this very interesting. I wish I had this rifle,but I don't. Does anyone have this rifle? Does anyone know how much these rifles are going for? Can you even find them anymore?
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    pm sent

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    carnut I never got it
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    I will send it again but bottom line how do you need to get paid for these

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    Where do you live?
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