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7×61mm Sharpe & Hart

The 7x61mm Sharpe & Hart Magnum belted cartridge was developed by Philip B. Sharpe and Richard Hart in the 1950s and based on the.300 H&H Magnum case. In 1953 Sharpe travelled to Scandinavia and the outcome of this trip was that Schultz & Lar ...

7×64mm

The 7×64mm is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed for hunting. As is customary in European cartridges, the 7 denotes the 7 mm bullet caliber and the 64 denotes the 64 mm case length. The 7×64mm is a popular hunting cartridge in ...

7mm BR Remington

The 7mm BR Remington, commonly called the 7mm BR or the 7mm Benchrest Remington in long form, was a cartridge developed by Remington for the Remington XP-100 single-shot bolt-action handgun. The cartridge was developed for the Unlimited Class in ...

7mm GPC

7mm GPC was introduced by Grady Precision Cartridge in 2011. It is a true short action 7mm caliber cartridge based on the parent case necked down to accept 7mm diameter bullets. The 7mm GPC makes the third addition to the 30 T/C lineage along wit ...

7mm Penna

The 7mm Penna also known as the 7×23mm is a handgun cartridge designed by Leonardo Penna for law enforcement applications. The cartridge utilises a novel lightweight, pointed projectile made from brass travelling at high velocity with the intenti ...

7mm Remington cartridges

7 mm Remington cartridges are all rifle cartridges with bullets of 7 millimetres diameter developed and sold by Remington. These cartridges include: 7mm-08 Remington .280 Remington 7mm Express Remington 7mm Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum SAU ...

7mm Remington Magnum

The 7mm Remington Magnum rifle cartridge was introduced as a commercially available round in 1962, along with the new Remington Model 700 bolt-action rifle. It is a member of the belted magnum family that is directly derived from the venerable.37 ...

7mm Remington Ultra Magnum

The 7mm RUM was created using the.404 Jeffery casewhich was also used to develop the.375 RUM.300 RUM, and.338 RUM. By necking down the.300 RUM to suit the.284 or 7mm projectile, Remington produced a non-belted case with a head diameter that is so ...

7mm Shooting Times Westerner

The 7mm Shooting Times Westerner, sometimes referred to as the 7mm STW began as a wildcat rifle cartridge developed by Layne Simpson in 1979. It is an 8mm Remington Magnum case that has been "necked down" by 1 mm to accept 7 mm bullets. This cart ...

7mm Weatherby Magnum

The 7 mm Weatherby Magnum is a powerful 7 mm rifle cartridge offered by the Weatherby firearms company in their Mark V rifles. The cartridge was one of the first cartridges offered by the Weatherby company. It was developed in the 1940s by Roy We ...

7mm-08 Remington

The 7mm-08 Remington is a rifle cartridge that is almost a direct copy of a wildcat cartridge developed around 1958 known as the 7mm/308. As these names would suggest, it is the.308 Winchester case necked down to accept 7 mm bullets with a small ...

8.5mm Mars

The 8.5mm Mars is an experimental centerfire pistol cartridge developed in the late 19th century based on necking down the.45 Mars Long case. The bullet has two deep cannelures, and the case is crimped into both. The case mouth is chamfered on th ...

8×64mm S

The 8×64mm S groove diameter bullets) is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed as a military service round for the German Army who never issued it. As is customary in European cartridges the 8 denotes the 8 mm bullet caliber and t ...

8×56mmR

The 8×56mmR or 8×56mmR M30S cartridge was adopted in the year 1930 by Austria, in 1931 by the Kingdom of Hungary and in 1934 by the Kingdom of Bulgaria as a replacement for the 8×50mmR Mannlicher cartridge.

8×58mmR Danish Krag

The 8×58mmR Danish Krag also known as the 8×58mmRD is a late 19th-century rimmed centerfire military rifle cartridge similar to other early smokeless powder designs. It was briefly adopted by Norway and Sweden and remained the standard Danish ser ...

8×59mm Rb Breda

8×59mmRB Breda was an Italian heavy arms cartridge. It is unusual in that it is one of the small number of cartridges designed with a rebated rim, meaning the rim of the cartridge is smaller in diameter than the body of the cartridge. The "RB" in ...

8×60mm S

The 8×60mm is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge of German origin, dating back to the interbellum period between World War I and World War II. The bore has the same dimensions as the German 7.92×57mm Mauser service cartridge. The 8×60mm ...

8×63mm patron m/32

The 8×63mm patron m/32 was a bottlenecked centrefire cartridge with a slightly) rebated rim for Swedish heavy and medium machine guns. It was used from 1932 to the finalization of the re-chambering process of these machine guns to 7.62×51mm NATO ...

8mm French Ordnance

The 8mm/92 is a rimmed cartridge used in the 8mm M1892 revolver and inexpensive handguns manufactured in Belgium and Spain. These are usually copies of the Modele dOrdonnance revolver itself or of then reputable foreign firearms. Its dimensions a ...

8mm Gasser

The 8mm Gasser is a rimmed cartridge used in the Rast-Gasser M1898 revolver and a small number of converted Mauser C96 pistols. Its bullet is cylindro-ogival and is of the jacketed type.

8mm Remington Magnum

The 8mm Remington Magnum belted rifle cartridge was introduced by Remington Arms Company in 1978 as a new chambering for the model 700 BDL rifle. The 8mm Remington Magnums parent case is the.375 H&H Magnum. It is a very long and powerful cart ...

8mm Roth–Steyr

The 8mm Roth–Steyr is a military centerfire pistol cartridge adopted by the Austro-Hungarian cavalry in 1907 for the Repetierpistole M7 - the first self-loading pistol adopted by a major military power. The cartridge headspaces on the mouth of th ...

8×68mm S

The 8×68mm S rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire rifle cartridge was developed in the 1930s by August Schuler of the August Schuler Waffenfabrik, Suhl, Germany as a magnum hunting cartridge that would just fit and function in standard-sized Mause ...

9 mm caliber

This article lists firearm cartridges that have a bullet in the 9 millimetres to 9.99 millimetres caliber range. Case length refers to the round case length. OAL refers to the overall length of the loaded round. All measurements are given in mill ...

9.3×62mm

The 9.3×62mm is a rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge designed in 1905 by German gunmaker Otto Bock. It is suitable for hunting medium to large game animals in Africa, Europe, and North America. At a typical velocity of 720 m/s, its 286 gr stan ...

9.3×64mm Brenneke

The 9.3×64mm Brenneke is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire rifle cartridge designed in 1927 by German gunmaker Wilhelm Brenneke. It is suitable for hunting medium to large game animals in Africa, Europe, and North America. The 9.3×64mm Brenneke w ...

9.3×74mmR

The 9.3×74mmR is of a rimmed, bottleneck design and uses a.366-inch 9.3 mm diameter bullet, usually weighing 286-grain 18.5 g. According to Hornady, at this weight the velocity is 2.362.20 ft/s 720.00 m/s and energy is 3.536 ft⋅lbf 4.794 J. This ...

9.5×57mm Mannlicher–Schonauer

The 9.5×57mm Mannlicher–Schonauer cartridge was adopted for the M-1910 MS rifle and carbine in 1910. The 9.5×57mm MS is also known as the 9.5×56mm MS, the 9.5×56.7mm MS, and the.375 Rimless Nitro Express × 2¼. The cartridge may have been created ...

9×21mm Gyurza

The 9×21mm Gyurza round is a Russian handgun round designed to defeat body armor that was developed by TsNIITochMash for its SR-1 Vektor semi-automatic pistol and SR-2 Veresk submachine gun.

9×23mm Steyr

The 9mm Steyr is a centerfire pistol cartridge originally developed for the Steyr M1912 military pistol. Adopted in 1912, this was the service ammunition for most branches of the military in Austria-Hungary during World War I and remained the ser ...

9×23mm Winchester

The 9×23mm Winchester is a pistol cartridge developed as a joint venture by Winchester Ammunition and Colts Manufacturing Company. The 9×23mm Winchester has a convoluted development history, but was commercially introduced by Winchester in 1996. ...

9×25mm Dillon

The 9×25mm Dillon is a pistol wildcat cartridge developed for use in USPSA/IPSC Open guns. The cartridge is made by necking down a 10mm Auto case to 9 mm.

9×25mm Super Auto G

The 9×25mm Super Auto G, officially known as the 9 × 25 Super Auto G by C.I.P. and unofficially also known as the 9 × 25 Super Auto Grillmeyer, is an Austrian pistol cartridge. The 10 mm Auto cartridge has functioned as the parent case for the 9× ...

9×57mm Mauser

The 9×57mm Mauser is a cartridge based on the 7.92×57mm Mauser. It uses the identical 57 mm-long cartridge case, with the same shoulder angle, but necked up to accept a 9 mm-diameter bullet. Ballistically - but not dimensionally - it is indisting ...

9mm Browning Long

The 9mm Browning Long is a military centerfire pistol cartridge developed in 1903 for the FN Model 1903 adopted by Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Sweden.

9mm Japanese revolver

The 9mm Japanese revolver, also known as the 9×22mmR Type 26, was a cartridge similar to the.38 S&W. These cartridges are not interchangeable. The rim of the 9mm round is much thinner and the chamber pressure is lower than most.38 S&W loa ...

9mm Mars

The 9 mm Mars is an experimental centerfire pistol cartridge developed in the late 19th century based on necking down the.45 Mars Long case. The bullet has two deep cannelures, and the case is crimped into both. The case mouth is chamfered on the ...

9mm Winchester Magnum

The 9mm Winchester Magnum, which is also known as the 9×29mm, is a centerfire handgun cartridge developed by Winchester in the late 1970s. The cartridge was developed to duplicate the performance of the.357 S&W Magnum in an auto-pistol cartri ...

10 mm caliber

This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 10 millimetres to 10.99 millimetres caliber range. OAL refers to the overall length of the cartridge. Length refers to the cartridge case length. All measurements are in mm in.

10.4mm Swiss Centerfire

The 10.4mm Swiss centerfire revolver cartridge was used in the Ordnance Revolver models 1872/78 and 1878 of the Swiss Army. The case is of brass; the bullet is of hardened lead.

10.15×61mmR

The 10.15×61 mmR cartridge was designed by a joint Swedish-Norwegian rifle commission in the late 1870s and early 1880s, and approved for use in Sweden and Norway in 1881. It was primarily used by Norway in the Model 1884 Jarmann rifle, but also ...

10.75×68mm Mauser

The 10.75x68mm Mauser, also known as the.423 Mauser, is an obsolete rimless bottleneck centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Mauser and introduced in the early 1920s.

11.35mm Schouboe

The 11.35 mm Schouboe or.45 Schouboe was an experimental centerfire pistol cartridge produced in 1902, used by the Schouboe Automatic Pistol. The lightweight bullet was a steel jacketed wooden plug with an aluminum disk protecting the base. Muzzl ...

11×60mm Mauser

The 11mm Mauser was a black-powder cartridge developed for the Mauser Model 1871 rifle, and used later in the 71/84 variant. It is no longer in production, however it is available from custom loaders and handloading can be done to replenish spent ...

11mm French Ordnance

The 11mm French Ordnance is a rimmed black powder cartridge intended for the 11 mm MAS 1873-1874 revolver in service with the French Army. The velocity and power of the first variant, equivalent to the.25 ACP, was weak for its time. The second va ...

11×58mmR

The 11×58mmR M1877, 11mm Werndl or 11.15×58mmR is a black powder cartridge used in the M1867 Werndl–Holub rifle as well as the Mannlicher M1886 rifle.

12 mm caliber

This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 12 millimetres to 12.99 millimetres caliber range. Length refers to the cartridge case length. Bullet refers to the diameter of the bullet. OAL refers to the overall length of the c ...

12.7×55mm STs-130

The 12.7×55mm Subsonic cartridge is used in some Russian firearms such as VKS bullpup sniper rifle and ASh-12.7 bullpup battle rifle and RSh-12 revolver. The cartridge can carry a projectile weighing between from 108 grains and 1173 grains. The r ...

12.17×42mm RF

The 12.17×42mm RF rimfire round was developed by a joint Swedish-Norwegian arms commission, and was adopted by the armed forces of both Sweden and Norway in 1867. It was used in the M1867 Remington rolling-block rifles adopted as new standard rif ...

13 mm caliber

This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet that is 13 millimetres caliber or larger. OAL refers to the overall length of the cartridge. Length refers to the cartridge case length. Bullet refers to the diameter of the bullet. All me ...

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