Q: What is the difference between 22 and 177 cal?

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8x - 22 = 2x + 28x - 2x - 22 = 2x - 2x + 26x - 22 = 26x - 22 + 22 = 2+ 226x = 24x = 24/6 = 4

22/27 is the simplest form for 22 over 27.

-3+(-5)2=22

1989 if their birthday is between Jan 1st & (today's date) July 20. If their birth year is 1989 & their birthday falls between July 21 & December 31, they are still 18 until their birthday. Only if you want to be 22 more like :/ 1989,1990, or 1991

2-8x=22 -8x=20 -x=2.5 x=-(2.5)

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The 22 is slightly larger in caliber

The .22 is a larger slug and will have more knockdown power than the .177.

No it will jam in the barrel.

22 caliber is the diameter of the bullet. 22 cal. comes in BBcap, short, long and long rifle

No. a 177 is a 4.5mm pellet. A 5mm is a 20 cal pellet. A 5.5mm is a 22 cal pellet Don't try it in the wrong airgun.

Well, the .22 is bigger than a .177, but the "strength" depends on the action of the air rifle that shoots them. Certainly the .22 will have more hitting power assuming that the pellets are traveling at the same speed.

SuperTen Mk1 .177 or .22 cal 1000/800 FPS. mfg 1996-2001 rifled Barrel SuperTen Mk3 .177 or .22 cal 1250/1050 FPS mfg 2001-2009 match grade barrel, recoil pad.

I'm a little perplexed, what is the caliber 4.57.177 are you trying to say 4.5 and .177. The Diana model 35 came in both .177 and .22 cal. It was made between 1965 and 1987

see the link below for the owners manual. The Marksman Repeater is a 4.5 .177 caliber pistol not a 5.5 .22 caliber pistol.

Yes it can provided you can find the .22 barrel. Beeman makes a dual barrel .177 & .22 rifle

This model BSA (UK) was made between 1948 -1959. It came in both .177 or .22 cal