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... The .455 Webley Mk2 cartridge was a service revolver round with a rimmed base, shooting a heavy .45 calibre bullet. The round is also known as .455 Eley or .455 Colt. Its low 650 fps velocity produced relatively low recoil and ...Tell me More...
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... The 7.92x33 Kurz round an early assault rifle round developed for the German WW2 Sturmgewehr 44 (StG44) which was the forerunner of modern assault rifles. Signature features included an automatic self-loading capability and ...Tell me More...
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... The 6.5x65 Schueler round or 6.5x68 RWS round was developed in the 1930s as a way of getting a magnum power cartridge to fit and function in the widely available Mauser 98 bolt action rifle with its action and magazine adapted. ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert Cartridge comprising of a fired case in .45 ACP such as used in a Colt Government Model, Colt 1911, which has been refitted with a 200 grain lead round nose semi-spitzer head. Early bullets as used in 1911 trials ...Tell me More...
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... Inert cartridge in 7.5x55 calibre, as used in the Swiss Schmidt-Rubin K31 rifle. The inert round has a fired brass cartridge case with fired primer and a FMJ bullet head seated at the correct length for the chamber. The Swiss ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge in 7.5x54 French MAS 36 calibre. The MAS 36 bolt action was adopted in 1936 by the French Army. Mass production of the rifle did not start until 1937, so the French Army was not fully equipped with the ...Tell me More...
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... The 30 cal M1 Carbine or 7.62x33 inert round is the cartridge developed for use by the US Army in the 1940s for the M1 Carbine by Winchester. The M1 Carbine was required as an alternative to the larger and heavier M1 Garand for ...Tell me More...
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... The 7.62x54R is a rimmed round developed and put into service by the Russian Empire in 1891. The R on the end refers to the cartridge being rimmed. The 7.62x54R calibre is used in most models of the Moisin Nagant bolt action ...Tell me More...
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... Developed in 1891 for consideration by the armed forces of Sweden and Norway, the 6.5x55mm Swedish Mauser round is also known as the 6.5x55 Krag after the military rifles in which the cartridge was used. The bullet diameter is ...Tell me More...
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... The 7.7x58 Arisaka or 7.7 Jap was made for the Arisaka Type 99 rifle. This rifle was introduced by the Japanese Army after 1937 to replace the 6.5x50mm Arisaka, but both remained in use throughout the war due to lack of ...Tell me More...
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... The 30 cal M1 Carbine or 7.62x33 inert round is the cartridge developed for use by the US Army in the 1940s for the M1 Carbine by Winchester. The M1 Carbine was required as an alternative to the larger and heavier M1 Garand for ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of a fired case in .303 Lee Enfield which has been refitted with a FMJ head. Heads are correctly fitted with a press and not hammered in place, so the round has a more authentic appearance ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of a fired case in .30-06 Springfield or 7.62 x 63 mm which has been refitted with a 200gr FMJ BT head. Heads are correctly fitted with a press and not hammered in place, so the round has a ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of a fired case in 7.92 or 8mm Mauser which has been refitted with a 198gr FMJ BT head. Heads are correctly fitted with a press and not hammered in place, so the round has a more authentic ...Tell me More...
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