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.32 Remington

The.32 Remington is an American rifle cartridge. A rimless, smokeless powder design, this cartridge was once considered to be suitable for game larger than deer and black bear. Similar contemporary cartridges include the rimmed.32 Winchester Spec ...

                                               

.32 rimfire

The term.32 rimfire refers to a family of cartridges which were chambered in revolvers and rifles in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These rounds were made primarily in short and long lengths, but extra short, long rifle and extra long le ...

                                               

.32 Winchester Self-Loading

Winchester introduced the.32SL and.35SL cartridges in the Winchester 05 self-loading rifle, a centerfire version of the Winchester 03. The.32SL never gained popularity as a hunting cartridge, although it may be suitable for the largest small game ...

                                               

.32 Winchester Special

The.32 Winchester Special is a rimmed cartridge created in October 1901 for use in the Winchester Model 94 lever-action rifle. It is similar in name but unrelated to the.32-20 Winchester cartridge.

                                               

.32-20 Winchester

The.32-20 Winchester, also known as.32 WCF, was the first small-game lever-action cartridge that Winchester produced. It was initially introduced as a black-powder cartridge in 1882 for small-game, varmint hunting, and deer. Colt produced a singl ...

                                               

.32-40 Ballard

Introduced in 1884, the.32-40 was developed as a black powder match-grade round for the Ballard single-shot Union Hill No. 8 and 9 target rifles. Using a 165-grain 10.7 g bullet over 40 grains 2.6 g of black powder muzzle velocity 1.440 ft/s 440 ...

                                               

.33 Nosler

                                               

.33 Winchester

The.33 Winchester Center Fire is an American centerfire rifle cartridge. Introduced by Winchester for the Model 1886 lever rifle in 1902, it survived until the Model 86 was dropped in 1936. It was also offered in the Marlin Model 1895 and Winches ...

                                               

.33-40 Pope

The.33-40 Pope is a wildcat cartridge designed around 1900 by Harry Pope, a noted rifleman. The cartridge is a necked up.32-40 Ballard. It was Popes favorite wildcat, and was often used with great success by him.

                                               

.35 Remington

The.35 Remington is the only remaining cartridge from Remingtons lineup of medium-power rimless cartridges still in commercial production. Introduced in 1906, it was originally chambered for the Remington Model 8 semi-automatic rifle in 1908. It ...

                                               

.35 S&W Auto

The.35 Smith & Wesson is an obsolete centerfire pistol cartridge developed in 1912 for the newly designed Model 1913 self-loading pocket pistol.

                                               

.35 Whelen

The.35 Whelen is a powerful medium-bore rifle cartridge that does not require a magnum action or a magnum bolt-face. The parent of this cartridge is the.30-06 Springfield, which is necked-up to accept a bullet diameter of.358 in. This cartridge i ...

                                               

.35 Winchester

The.35 Winchester cartridge was created in 1903 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company for use in the Winchester Model 1895 lever-action rifle, and was also available in the bolt action Remington-Lee, or the Model E-10 Factory Sporter Ross Rifl ...

                                               

.35 Winchester Self-Loading

The.35 Winchester Self-Loading is an American rifle cartridge. Winchester introduced the.32SL and.35SL in the Winchester 05 self-loading rifle as a centerfire cartridge version of the Winchester 03. The.35SL proved popular at first with the gener ...

                                               

.38 caliber

.38 caliber is a frequently used name for the caliber of firearms and firearm cartridges. The.38 is considered a large firearm cartridge; anything larger than.32 is considered a large caliber. Prior to 1990, the standard sidearms of police in the ...

                                               

.38/.45 Clerke

The.38/.45 Clerke, aka.38/.45 Auto Pistol or.45/.38 Auto Pistol is a wildcat semi-automatic pistol cartridge developed by Bo Clerke and introduced in Guns & Ammo in 1963.

                                               

.38 Long Colt

The.38 Long Colt is a black powder cartridge introduced by Colts Manufacturing Company in 1875, and was adopted as a standard military pistol cartridge by the United States Army in 1892 for the Colt New Army M1892 Revolver. It is slightly more po ...

                                               

.38 rimfire

.38 rimfire cartridges are a type of ammunition that have been in service in the United States since the mid-nineteenth century. The cartridges are produced in short, long and extra long variants. Much like the smaller.32 rimfire, the rounds were ...

                                               

.38 S&W

The.38 S&W is a revolver cartridge developed by Smith & Wesson in 1877. Versions of the cartridge were the standard revolver cartridges of the British military from 1922 until the 1960s. Though similar in name, it is not interchangeable with ...

                                               

.38 Short Colt

The.38 Short Colt /.38 Short Center Fire was a heeled bullet cartridge intended for metallic cartridge conversions of the cap and ball Colt 1851 Navy Revolver from the American Civil War era. Later, this cartridge was fitted with a 0.358-inch 9.1 ...

                                               

.38-40 Winchester

The.38-40 Winchester is actually a.40 caliber cartridge shooting.401 caliber bullets. The cartridge was introduced by Winchester in 1874 and is derived from their.44-40 Winchester. This cartridge was introduced for rifles, but in its reintroducti ...

                                               

.38-55 Winchester

The.38-55 Winchester cartridge was introduced in 1876 by Ballard. It was used by Marlin Firearms from 1875 on for various single-shot target rifles and their 1893 lever action rifle. It was later offered by Winchester in its Model 1894. Wincheste ...

                                               

.38-56 WCF

The.38-56 Winchester Center Fire cartridge was introduced in 1887 by Winchester for the Winchester Model 1886, and was also used in the Marlin Model of 1895. Production of Winchester Model 1886s chambered in this cartridge ceased in 1910 due to l ...

                                               

.40-50 Sharps

The.40-50 Sharps may refer to either of two mutually incompatible firearms cartridges, which were the smallest members of the line of cartridges in the Sharps family: .40-50 Sharps Straight or 40-1​ 7 ⁄ 8 -inch Sharps, introduced in 1879 .40-50 S ...

                                               

.40-60 Winchester

The.40-60 Winchester is a centerfire rifle cartridge intended for 19th-century big-game hunting. Nomenclature of the era indicated the.40-60 cartridge contained a 0.40-inch diameter bullet with 60 grains of gunpowder. Winchester Repeating Arms Co ...

                                               

.40-65 Winchester

The.40-65 Winchester was an American rifle cartridge. Introduced in 1887 for the Winchester Model 1886, and available in Winchester single shots and in the Marlin Model 1895, it was "a further effort to put more steam" in repeating rifle cartridg ...

                                               

.41 Long Colt

It was a lengthened version of the earlier centerfire.41 Short Colt, which was made to duplicate the dimensions of the even earlier.41 Short rimfire. The front of the bullet was about 0.406–0.408″ OD, the same as the case. The barrel was about 0. ...

                                               

.41 rimfire

The.41 rimfire is in the family of firearm cartridges which were chambered in derringers and revolvers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The.41 rimfire family was first introduced by the National Arms Company in 1863 as the.41 Short, cha ...

                                               

.41 Short

The.41 Rimfire Cartridge was first introduced by the National Arms Company in 1863 and was also known as the.41 Short and the.41-100. In most designations like this, the second number refers to the black powder load, though in this case it means ...

                                               

.43 Egyptian

The.43 Egyptian was a copper and brass centerfire cartridge used by the Egyptian Army and France for the No. 1 Remington Military Rifle, a rolling block rifle. Used between 1870 and the end of the First World War, it is closely linked to the.43 S ...

                                               

.43 Spanish

The.43 Spanish was a centerfire firearms cartridge. The.43 Spanish was adopted about 1867, and was used in early rolling block rifles that Remington manufactured for the government of Spain. The cartridge is also referred to as "11mm Spanish", an ...

                                               

.44 Colt

The cartridge was developed by Colts Patent Firearms for use in cartridge revolvers based on the 1860 Army percussion revolver. The cartridge was briefly adopted by the United States Army, around 1871. The Army used it until 1873, at which time i ...

                                               

.44 Henry

The.44 Henry, also known as the.44 Rimfire, the.44 Long Rimfire, or the 11x23mmR in Europe, is a rimfire rifle and handgun cartridge featuring a.875 in -long brass or copper case. The round has a total overall length of 1.345 in, with a 200 or 21 ...

                                               

.44 Remington Centerfire

The.44 Remington Centerfire was a centerfire revolver cartridge with a heeled, externally lubricated bullet produced by the Remington Arms Company from 1875 until 1895. Only one weapon, the Remington Model 1875, was chambered for this cartridge.

                                               

.44 S&W American

Used in the Smith & Wesson Model 3, it was introduced around 1869. Between 1871 and 1873, the.44 Model 3 was used as the standard United States Army sidearm. It was also offered in the Merwin Hulbert & Co. Army revolvers. It used an outside lubri ...

                                               

.44 Special

The.44 Special or.44 S&W Special is a smokeless powder center fire metallic revolver cartridge developed by Smith & Wesson in 1907 as the standard chambering for their New Century revolver, introduced in 1908.

                                               

.45 Auto Rim

The.45 Auto Rim, also known as 11.5x23R, is a rimmed cartridge specifically designed to be fired in revolvers originally chambered for the.45 ACP cartridge. The Peters Cartridge Company developed the cartridge in 1920 for use in the M1917 revolve ...

                                               

.45 Black Powder Magnum

The.45 BPM was originally developed for use in replica Colt Walker black powder revolvers. Specifically, Colt Walker replicas that have been converted to allow the use of firearm cartridges by incorporation of a "converter cylinder". A. Uberti Fi ...

                                               

.45 Mars Long

The.45 Mars Long is an experimental centerfire pistol cartridge developed in the late 19th century. The similar.45 Mars Short used the same cupro-nickel-jacketed bullet in a case shortened to 0.66 inch. The bullet has two deep cannelures, and the ...

                                               

45 Raptor

The.45 Raptor is a rimless centerfire cartridge developed for the AR-10 semi-automatic rifle for medium and large game hunting. Compared to similar big bore cartridges designed for the AR-15 – such as the.450 Bushmaster.458 SOCOM, and.50 Beowulf ...

                                               

.45 Schofield

The.45 Schofield or.45 Smith & Wesson is a revolver cartridge developed by Smith & Wesson for their S&W Model 3 Schofield top-break revolver. It is similar to the.45 Colt round though shorter and with a slightly larger rim, and will generally ...

                                               

.45 Super

The.45 Super is a powerful smokeless powder center fire metallic firearm cartridge developed in 1988 by Dean Grennell, a well-known writer in the firearms field as well as managing editor of Gun World magazine. It is dimensionally similar to the. ...

                                               

.45 Winchester Magnum

The.45 Winchester Magnum is a.45 caliber rimless cartridge intended for use in semi-automatic pistols. The cartridge is externally a lengthened.45 ACP with a thicker web to withstand higher operating pressures. The 45 Win Mag is nearly identical ...

                                               

.45-60 Winchester

The.45-60 Winchester is a centerfire rifle cartridge intended for 19th-century big-game hunting. Nomenclature of the era indicated the.45-60 cartridge contained a 0.45-inch diameter bullet with 60 grains of black powder. Winchester Repeating Arms ...

                                               

.46 rimfire

.46 rimfire is a family of cartridges which were chambered in revolvers and rifles in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They were primarily made in short, long and extra long lengths, however a variety of other lengths were designed. Manufa ...

                                               

.50 Alaskan

The.50 Alaskan is a wildcat cartridge developed by Harold Johnson and Harold Fuller of the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska in the 1950s. Johnson based the cartridge on the.348 Winchester in order to create a rifle capable of handling the large bears in ...

                                               

.50 Peacekeeper

The.50 Peacekeeper is a wildcat rifle cartridge that was designed by J.D. Jones of SSK Industries. It uses a.460 Weatherby Magnum case that has been re-sized to accept a.510 in diameter bullet. The.50 Peacekeeper is usually loaded with bullets th ...

                                               

.50-70 Government

The.50-70 Government is a black powder cartridge adopted in 1866 for the Springfield Model 1866 Trapdoor rifle.

                                               

.50-90 Sharps

The.50-90 Sharps rifle cartridge is a black-powder cartridge that was introduced by Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company in 1872 as a buffalo hunting round. Like other large black-powder rounds, it incorporates a heavy bullet and a large powder vol ...

                                               

.50-140 Sharps

The.50-140 Sharps rifle cartridge is a black-powder cartridge that was introduced in 1884 as a big game hunting round. It is believed to have been introduced for the Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 rifle. The cartridge is very similar to the.500 Blac ...

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