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17hmr vs 17wsm vs 17 hornet outdoor adventures. loading... unsubscribe from outdoor adventures? 17 hornet vs 22 hornet - duration: 10:26. outdoor adventures 96,991 views. 10:26 . machining a. I'd combine one of the rimfires with a .17 hornet. the easy rimfire is the hmr, partly because ammo is so available, and partly because the a17 ammo in a bolt rifle comes pretty close to .17 wsm ballistics.. I've gone through a similar process; decided on the .17 hmr and picked up a savage 93r17 gv this past weekend. i was deciding between .22 lr; .22 wsm, .17 hmr, and .17 wsm..
This thread is a bit old, but just read a bit about the .17 wsm and i'm slightly intrigued. looks like savage will have a few rifles out that should have street prices in the low $300's.. I have all three, hmr, wsm, and hornet, based on your intended usage, for me, this would be a very easy decision, i'd get a cz 527 varmint model in 17 hornet and never look back.. The .17 wsm easily outperforms all previous rimfire varmint cartridges, particularly the .17 hmr and .22 wmr, in both wind drift and trajectory. it delivers the accuracy and flat trajectory necessary for reliably hitting rodents at ranges beyond 200 yards. it claims 150% of the .17 hmr's downrange energy to ensure humane, one shot kills..
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Being rimfire, and therefore virtually un-reloadable, the cartridges are a one-and-done proposition. but, for the hunter who wants a rifle that can reach out for the occasional 150-yard shot, without the report of the smaller centerfires — like the .17 hornet and .17 remington — the .17-caliber rimfires have an appeal.. Depends on whether you reload. for guys who do, the centerfire .17 hornet may be a better option. if you don't, the rimfire .17 wsm will be a lot cheaper to shoot..