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Ammunition

.38 ACP .38 Auto

.38 ACP .38 Auto

  The .38 ACP cartridge, is an American round designed by legendary arms inventor John Browning. It is also known as .38 Automatic. Its metric ...

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12 Gauge

12 Gauge

12 gauge shotgun shells are by far the most preferred type of ammunition for all smoothbore gun applications, such as hunting, sport shooting, home ...

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.357 Magnum (9x32R)

.357 Magnum (9x32R)

  The .357 Magnum (9x32R) cartridge was created in USA circa 1935 as a joint effort between Smith & Wesson and Remington to produce a more ...

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7.9×94 Patr.318

7.9×94 Patr.318

The 7.9×94 cartridge was developed in Germany during late 1930s for use in anti-tank rifles, loaded with relatively heavy (for its caliber) and fast ...

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.38 S&W Smith & Wesson

.38 S&W Smith & Wesson

  Developed by the famous American company Smith & Wesson, the .38 S&W revolver cartridge was introduced in 1877. During the following decades ...

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9×25 Mauser

9×25 Mauser

Developed in Germany circa 1906 by Mauser and DWM, this round was originally chambered in a series of experimental Mauser self-loading pistols, most ...

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8×22 Nambu

8×22 Nambu

The 8×22 Nambu cartridge was introduced in Japan in 1904, and served as a standard issue handgun and submachine gun round of Japanese armed forces ...

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15×106 ZB / Besa

15×106 ZB / Besa

The 15×106 cartridge was developed in mid-1930s by Skoda factory in Czechoslovakia, for the proposed new heavy machine gun manufactured by ZB factory ...

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13.2×99 Hotchkiss

13.2×99 Hotchkiss

The 13.2mm Hotchkiss cartridge was developed in France during late 1920s especially for the new heavy machine guns. It was adopted by French army in 1930 ...

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14.5×114

14.5×114

This formidable cartridge was developed in USSR shortly before WW2 for use in antitant rifles. While those rifles became obsolete by the 1942, it was ...

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12.7×108

12.7×108

The 12.7×108  cartridge was developed in USSR by early 1930s especially for the new heavy machine guns, to be used in ground support and AA roles, and ...

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.50 BMG (12.7×99 Browning Machine Gun)

.50 BMG (12.7×99 Browning Machine Gun)

  The .50 BMG (12.7x99mm Browning Machine Gun) cartridge is arguably the most sucessful round in its class. Orginally developed in 1918-1920 as a ...

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