The 1913-14 combined Remington-UMC catalog, besides the standard .22 Long Rifle with Lesmoke Powder, lists a “.22 Long Rifle, Lesmoke Powder, with Flat End Bullet”. It is listed as having a 40 gr. lead bullet. No drawing is provided for this load.
I assume it is referring to the base of the bullet being flat instead of the standard heal-cup base normally used, and not the nose of the bullet.
Does anyone know how to tell this load from the standard load once it is out of the box?
Does anyone have a box showing this designation? If so, what is the index number?