Posted February 1, 2019 9:00 pm by Comments

By Logan Metesh

The caseless, tiny .22-caliber lead projectile fired from the Daisy V/L rifle of the 1960s used a nitrocellulose-based propellant which was molded, hardened, and affixed to the rear of the bullet—it was activated by a burst of compressed air. Once the projectile and propellant were mated together, the final product was a type of caseless […]

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