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    Bardash is offline Junior Member
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    Question on Ammo Substitution

    Greetings, All! Newbie to the forum here, so please be patient.
    I've got a 6.35 and received .22 LR ammo for my birthday from someone who knows handguns. Didn't know they were interchangeable with .25
    Seems wrong to me, but can I use them?
    Thanx, much.

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    sgms is offline Member
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    6.35 m/m is 0.25 inch or 25 caliber and unless there is something out there I am unaware of only comes in centerfire (primer in center of case) cartridges and the case is rimless. .22 long rifle is 5.58 m/m and is a rimfire cartridge (primer in outer raised rim), is a rimmed case, and has a smaller Bullet diameter than the .25. So not going to work in a .25 pistol.

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    short answer.... NO

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