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Winchester Automatic, .22 Winchester Centerfire, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, .22 Winchester Rimfire, .22-250 Remington, .220 Rook, .220 Russian, .220 Swift, .221 Remington Fireball, .222 Remington, .222 Remington Magnum, .222 Rimmed, .223 Remington, .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .224 Weatherby Magnum, .225 Winchester, .240 Apex, .240 Weatherby Magnum, .242 Rimless Nitro Express, .243 Winchester, .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .244 H&H Magnum, .246 Purdey, .25 Remington, .25 Stevens, .25 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .25-06 Remington, .25-20 Winchester, .25-21 Stevens, .25-25 Stevens, .25-35 Winchester, .25-45 Sharps, .250-3000 Savage, .255 Jeffery Rook, .256 Gibbs Magnum, .256 Newton, .256 Winchester Magnum, .257 Roberts, .257 Weatherby Magnum, .260 Remington, .264 Winchester Magnum, .270 Weatherby Magnum, .270 Winchester, .270 Winchester Short Magnum, .275 H&H Magnum, .275 No 2 Magnum, .276 Enfield, .276 Pedersen, .277 Wolverine, .280 British, .280 Flanged, .280 Jeffery, .280 Remington, .280 Ross, .284 Winchester, .297/230 Morris, .297/250 Rook, .30 Carbine, .30 Newton, .30 R Blaser, .30 Remington, .30 Remington AR, .30 TC, .30 Walker, .30-01, .30-03, .30-06 JDJ, .30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield wildcat cartridges, .30-30 Winchester, .30-378 Weatherby Magnum, .30-40 Krag, .300 AAC Blackout, .300 H&H Magnum, .300 Lapua Magnum, .300 Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum, .300 Remington Ultra Magnum, .300 Rook, .300 Ruger Compact Magnum, .300 Savage, .300 Sherwood, .300 Weatherby Magnum, .300 Whisper, .300 Winchester Magnum, .300 Winchester Short Magnum, .303 British, .303 Magnum, .303 Savage, .303/22, .303/25, .307 Winchester, .308 Marlin Express, .308 Norma Magnum, .308 Winchester, .308×1.5-inch Barnes, .310 Cadet, .318 Westley Richards, .32 Remington, .32 rimfire, .32 Winchester Self-Loading, .32 Winchester Special, .32-20 Winchester, .32-40 Ballard, .325 Winchester Short Magnum, .333 Jeffery, .338 Edge, .338 Federal, .338 Lapua Magnum, .338 Marlin Express, .338 Norma Magnum, .338 Remington Ultra Magnum, .338 Ruger Compact Magnum, .338 Whisper, .338 Winchester Magnum, .338-06, .338-378 Weatherby Magnum, .340 Weatherby Magnum, .348 Winchester, .35 Remington, .35 Whelen, .35 Winchester, .35 Winchester Self-Loading, .350 Remington Magnum, .350 Rigby, .351 Winchester Self-Loading, .356 Winchester, .358 Norma Magnum, .358 Winchester, .360 No 2 Nitro Express, .360 No 5 Rook, .369 Nitro Express, .375 Dakota, .375 Flanged Nitro Express, .375 H&H Magnum, .375 Remington Ultra Magnum, .375 Ruger, .375 Weatherby Magnum, .375 Whelen, .375 Winchester, .375/303 Westley Richards Accelerated Express, .376 Steyr, .378 Weatherby Magnum, .38 rimfire, .38-40 Winchester, .38-55 Winchester, .38-56 WCF, .380 Long, .40-65 Winchester, .400 H&H Magnum, .400 Jeffery Nitro Express, .400 Purdey, .400 Whelen, .400/350 Nitro Express, .400/360 Nitro Express, .401 Winchester Self-Loading, .404 Jeffery, .405 Winchester, .408 Cheyenne Tactical, .41 Swiss, .410 bore, .416 Barrett, .416 Remington Magnum, .416 Rigby, .416 Ruger, .416 Taylor, .416 Weatherby Magnum, .425 Westley Richards, .44 Henry, .44-40 Winchester, .444 Marlin, .45-70, .45-90 Sharps, .450 Black Powder Express, .450 Bushmaster, .450 Marlin, .450 Nitro Express, .450 No 2 Nitro Express, .450 Rigby, .450/400 Black Powder Express, .450/400 Nitro Express, .454 Casull, .458 Express, .458 Lott, .458 SOCOM, .458 Winchester Magnum, .458×2-inch American, .460 Weatherby Magnum, .461 Gibbs, .465 H&H Magnum, .470 Nitro Express, .475 Nitro Express, .475 No 2 Nitro Express, .476 Nitro Express, .50 Alaskan, .50 Beowulf, .50 BMG, .50 Peacekeeper, .50-110 Winchester, .50-140 Sharps, .50-70 Government, .50-90 Sharps, .500 A-Square, .500 Black Powder Express, .500 Jeffery, .500 Nitro Express, .500/450 Magnum Black Powder Express, .500/450 Nitro Express, .500/450 No 1 Black Powder Express, .500/465 Nitro Express, .505 Gibbs, .510 DTC EUROP, .510 Whisper, .55 Boys, .577 Black Powder Express, .577 Nitro Express, .577 Snider, .577 Tyrannosaur, .577/450 Martini–Henry, .577/500 Nitro Express, .577/500 No 2 Black Powder Express, .585 Nyati, .600 Nitro Express, .600 Overkill, .70-150 Winchester, .700 Nitro Express, .950 JDJ, 10 mm caliber, 10.75×68mm Mauser, 11 mm caliber, 11×59mmR Gras, 11×60mm Mauser, 12 mm caliber, 12.7×108mm, 12.7×55mm STs-130, 13 mm caliber, 13.2mm TuF, 14.5×114mm, 14.5mm JDJ, 2 bore, 2 mm caliber, 20 mm caliber, 20×110mm USN, 23×115mm, 23×152mm, 25 mm caliber, 3 mm caliber, 30 mm caliber, 4 bore, 4 mm caliber, 4.5×26mm MKR, 4.85×49mm, 45 Raptor, 5 mm caliber, 5 mm/35 SMc, 5.45×39mm, 5.56×30mm MINSAS, 5.56×45mm NATO, 5.6×50mm Magnum, 5.6×52mmR, 5.6×57mm, 5.6×57mmR, 5.6×61mm VHSE, 5.8×42mm, 5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum, 6 bore, 6 mm caliber, 6 mm XC, 6.5-06 A-Square, 6.5-284 Norma, 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum, 6.5×47mm Lapua, 6.5×50mmSR Arisaka, 6.5×52mm Carcano, 6.5×53mmR, 6.5×54mm Mannlicher–Schönauer, 6.5×55mm Swedish, 6.5×68mm, 6.5mm Creedmoor, 6.5mm Grendel, 6.5mm Remington Magnum, 6.8mm Remington SPC, 6×45mm, 6mm AR, 6mm BR, 6mm Lee Navy, 6mm Musgrave, 6mm PPC, 6mm Remington, 7 mm caliber, 7-30 Waters, 7.35×51mm Carcano, 7.5×55mm Swiss, 7.5×57mm MAS, 7.62 mm caliber, 7.62×25mm Tokarev, 7.62×38mmR, 7.62×39mm, 7.62×40mm Wilson Tactical, 7.62×45mm, 7.62×51mm NATO, 7.62×53mmR, 7.62×54mmR, 7.62mm Thumper, 7.63×25mm Mauser, 7.65×53mm Mauser, 7.7×58mm Arisaka, 7.92×33mm Kurz, 7.92×36mm EPK, 7.92×57mm Mauser, 7×33mm Sako, 7×54mm Finnish, 7×54mm Fournier, 7×57mm Mauser, 7×61mm Sharpe & Hart, 7×64mm, 7mm BR Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum, 7mm Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum, 7mm Remington Ultra Magnum, 7mm Shooting Times Westerner, 7mm Weatherby Magnum, 7mm Winchester Short Magnum, 7mm-08 Remington, 8 bore, 8 mm caliber, 8×50mmR Lebel, 8×50mmR Mannlicher, 8×56mmR, 8×60mm S, 8×64mm S, 8×68mm S, 8mm Remington Magnum, 9 mm caliber, 9.3×57mm Mauser, 9.3×62mm, 9.3×64mm Brenneke, 9.3×74mmR, 9.5×57mm Mannlicher–Schönauer, 9×18mm 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Calhoon cartridges are a class of.19 caliber cartridges created by James Calhoon, a firearms designer with an interest in that bore size.
A cartridge is a type of firearm ammunition packaging a projectile (bullet, shots or slug), a propellant substance (usually either smokeless powder or black powder) and an ignition device (primer) within a metallic, paper or plastic case that is precisely made to fit within the barrel chamber of a breechloading gun, for the practical purpose of convenient transportation and handling during shooting.
A firearm is a portable gun (a barreled ranged weapon) that inflicts damage on targets by launching one or more projectiles driven by rapidly expanding high-pressure gas produced by exothermic combustion (deflagration) of propellant within an ammunition cartridge.
The FN 5.7×28mm (designated as the 5,7 × 28 by the C.I.P.) is a small-caliber, high-velocity smokeless powder rebated rim bottlenecked rifle cartridge designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium.
The gauge of a firearm is a unit of measurement used to express the inner diameter (bore diameter) of the barrel.
The HK 4.6×30mm (designated as the 4,6 × 30 by the C.I.P.) cartridge is a type of ammunition primarily used in the Heckler & Koch MP7 Personal defense weapon (PDW).
ICL cartridges (ICL stands for Increased Case Load) are rare hunting wildcat cartridges developed by Arnold & Vern Juenke, gunsmiths who owned Saturn Gun Works in Reno, Nevada.
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This is an extensive list of small arms—including pistols, shotguns, sniper rifles, submachine guns, personal defense weapons, assault rifles, battle rifles, designated marksman rifles, carbines, machine guns, flamethrowers, multiple barrel firearms, grenade launchers, and anti-tank rifles—that includes variants.
List of repeating handgun cartridges, approximately in order of increasing caliber.
List of rimfire cartridges by calibre.
List of Winchester Center Fire rifle cartridges.
Nosler produces various high performance hollow point and soft point hunting bullets.
Remington Ultra Magnum, or RUM, refers to a "family" of cartridges developed in 1999 and the early 2000s by Remington Arms.
A rifle cartridge is a cartridge primarily designed and intended for use in a rifle or carbine.
A shotgun (also known as a scattergun, or historically as a fowling piece) is a firearm that is usually designed to be fired from the shoulder, which uses the energy of a fixed shell to fire a number of small spherical pellets called shot, or a solid projectile called a slug.
A shotgun shell is a self-contained cartridge typically loaded with multiple metallic "shot", which are small, generally spherical projectiles.
The Steyr IWS 2000 is an Austrian semi-automatic anti-materiel rifle produced by Steyr Mannlicher.
Table of selected pistol/submachine gun and rifle/machine gun cartridges by common name.
The Thompson/Center Ugalde, or TCU family of wildcat cartridges, was developed by Wes Ugalde of Fallon, Nevada, by necking up.223 Remington brass to accept larger bullets.
Winchester Short Magnum, or WSM, refers to a family of rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire short magnum cartridges developed in the early 2000s by the U.S. Repeating Arms Company, the maker of Winchester rifles and one of the oldest firearms manufacturers in the United States.
Winchester Super Short Magnum, or WSSM is a line of rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire short magnum cartridges introduced by the U.S. Repeating Arms Company (Winchester Inc).
The.14-222 is a wildcat cartridge that was created in 1985 by Helmut W. Sakschek.
The.17 Ackley Bee is a wildcat centerfire rifle cartridge named after its designer, P.O. Ackley, and is a.218 Bee case necked down to.17 caliber with a squarer shoulder and less body taper.
The.17 CCM (Cooper Centerfire Magnum) is a cartridge.
The.17 Hornady Mach 2, or.17 HM2, is a rimfire cartridge introduced in 2004 by the ammunition manufacturer Hornady, following the successful launch in 2002 of the.17 HMR.
.17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire, commonly known as the.17 HMR, is a rimfire rifle cartridge developed by the ammunition company Hornady in 2002.
The.17 Hornet is a.17 caliber centerfire rifle cartridge originally offered as a "wildcat cartridge" made by P.O. Ackley in the early 1950s.
The.17 Mach IV is a wildcat centerfire rifle cartridge, based on the.221 Remington Fireball case, necked down to fire a.172 bullet.
The.17 PMC/Aguila or.17 High Standard is a rimfire cartridge formed by necking down the.22 Long Rifle casing to accept a.172" diameter bullet.
The.17 Remington was introduced in 1971 by Remington Arms Company for their model 700 rifles.
The.17 Remington Fireball was created in 2007 by Remington Arms Company as a response to the popular wildcat round, the.17 Mach IV.
.17 Winchester Super Magnum, is a rimfire rifle cartridge developed by the ammunition company Winchester in 2012.
The.17-223 is a centerfire wildcat rifle cartridge.
The.20 BR is a centerfire wildcat rifle cartridge.
The.20 Ferguson Ace is one of a family of wildcat centerfire rifle cartridges based upon the 6mm BR.
The.20 Tactical is a wildcat centerfire rifle cartridge, based on the.223 Remington case, necked down to fire a caliber bullet.
The.20 VarTarg is a wildcat centerfire rifle cartridge, based on the.221 Remington Fireball case, necked down to fire a bullet.
The.204 Ruger is a centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Hornady and Ruger.
The.218 Bee is a.22 caliber centerfire rifle cartridge designed for varmint hunting by Winchester in 1937.
The.219 Donaldson Wasp cartridge was developed during the late 1930s by Harvey Donaldson, and is derived from the.219 Zipper case.
The.219 Zipper cartridge was created by Winchester Repeating Arms in 1937 to be used in their lever-action Model 64 rifle.
The.22 Accelerator is a special loading of the.30-30,.308, and.30-06 cartridges that is manufactured by Remington.
.22 BB Cap (Bulleted Breech Cap) is a variety of.22 caliber rimfire ammunition.
The.22 Bench Rest Remington cartridge, commonly referred to as the.22 BR Remington, is a wildcat cartridge commonly used in varmint hunting and benchrest shooting.
The.22 CHeetah (both C and H are upper-case, referring to Carmichel / Huntington) is a.22 wildcat cartridge developed in the 1970s or 1980s by Jim Carmichel and Fred Huntington.
.22 Eargesplitten Loudenboomer is a cartridge for a rifle.
The.22 Extra Long is a.22 in (5.6 mm) American rimfire rifle and handgun cartridge.
The.22 Hornet or 5.6×35mmR is a varmint, small-game, predator, and competition centerfire rifle cartridge commercially introduced in 1930.
.22 Long is a variety of.22 caliber (5.6 mm) rimfire ammunition.
The.22 Long Rifle (metric designation: 5.6×15mmR) cartridge is a long-established variety of.22 caliber rimfire ammunition, and in terms of units sold is still by far the most common ammunition in the world today.
The 22 PPC is a centerfire rifle cartridge developed in 1974 by Dr.
The.22 Remington Automatic (also known as the.22 Remington Auto and occasionally.22 Rem Auto) is a.22in (5.6mm) American rimfire rifle cartridge.
.22 Short is a variety of.22 caliber (5.6 mm) rimfire ammunition.
The.22 Spitfire (also known as 5.7mm Johnson or MMJ 5.7mm Johnson) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.22 Winchester Automatic (also known as the.22 Winchester Auto and occasionally.22 Win Auto) is a.22in (5.6mm) American rimfire rifle cartridge.
.22 Winchester Centerfire (.22 WCF) is a small centerfire cartridge introduced in 1885 for use in the Winchester Model 1885 single-shot rifle.
The.22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, also called.22 WMR,.22 Magnum,.22 MRF, or.22 Mag, is a rimfire cartridge.
The.22 Winchester Rimfire (commonly called the.22 WRF) is an American rimfire rifle cartridge.
The.22-250 Remington is a very high-velocity (capable of reaching over 4000 feet per second), short action,.22 caliber rifle cartridge primarily used for varmint hunting and small game hunting, though it finds occasional use on deer.
The.220 Rook, also known as the.220 Long Centrefire, is an obsolete British centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.220 Russian (5.6×39mm) cartridge was developed in the late 1950s for deer hunting in Russia.
The.220 Swift (5.56×56mmSR) is a semi-rimmed rifle cartridge developed by Winchester and introduced in 1935 for small game and varmint hunting.
The.221 Remington Fireball is a centerfire cartridge created by Remington Arms Company in 1963 as a special round for use in their experimental single-shot bolt-action pistol, the XP-100.
The.222 Remington, which is also known as the Triple Deuce/Triple Two/Treble Two is a centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.222 Remington Magnum was a short-lived commercially produced cartridge derived from the.222 Remington.
The.222 Rimmed is a centrefire rifle cartridge, originating in Australia in the 1960s as a cartridge for single shot rifles, particularly the Martini Cadet action.
The.223 Remington (.223 Rem) is a rifle cartridge.
The.223 WSSM (Winchester Super Short Magnum, 5.56×42mm) is a.224 caliber rifle cartridge created by Winchester and Browning based on a shortened version of the Winchester Short Magnum case.
The.224 Weatherby Magnum (5.56×49mmB) is a sporting cartridge that was developed in 1963 by Roy Weatherby after about 10 years of development.
The.225 Winchester cartridge was introduced in 1964 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company.
The.240 Magnum Rimless Holland & Holland (also known as the.240 Apex and the.240 Super Express) and the.240 Magnum Flanged are a pair of centrefire sporting rifle cartridges developed in English gunmakers Holland & Holland in the 1920s, primarily for use in hunting deer and plains game.
The.240 Weatherby Magnum was developed in 1968 by Roy Weatherby.
The.242 Rimless Nitro Express, initially called the.242 Manton was a rimless bottleneck centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Kynoch for J. Manton & Co of Calcutta and introduced in 1923.
The.243 Winchester (6×52mm) is a popular sporting rifle cartridge.
The 243 Winchester Super Short Magnum or 243 WSSM is a rifle cartridge introduced in 2003.
The.244 Holland & Holland Magnum cartridge was created in 1955 in Great Britain by deerstalker and rifle-maker David Lloyd of Pipewell Hall, Northamptonshire and Glencassley in Sutherland, Scotland, and is not to be confused with the smaller-cased and much milder 6 mm (.244 in) Remington.
The.246 Purdey, also known as the.246 Flanged, is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge developed by James Purdey & Sons and introduced in 1921.
The.25 Remington (also known as the.25 Remington Auto-Loading) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.25 Stevens was an American rimfire rifle cartridge.
The.25 Winchester Super Short Magnum is a third member of the Winchester Super Short Magnum (WSSM) cartridge family created by Winchester and Browning.
The.25-06 Remington had been a wildcat cartridge for half a century before being standardized by Remington in 1969.
The.25-20 Winchester, or WCF (Winchester center fire), was developed around 1895 for the Winchester Model 1892 lever action rifle.
The.25-21 Stevens was an American centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.25-25 Stevens was an American centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.25-35 Winchester, or WCF (Winchester Center Fire) was introduced in 1895 by Winchester for the Winchester Model 1894 lever action rifle.
The.25-45 Sharps is a firearms cartridge designed by Michael H Blank, then CEO of the Sharps Rifle Company, LLC, as a general hunting cartridge for most North American game, in particular Deer, Antelope, Hogs, and Coyotes.
The.250-3000 Savage is a rifle cartridge created by Charles Newton in 1915 and is also known as the.250 Savage.
The.255 Jeffery Rook, also known as the.255 Jeffery Rook Rifle, is an obsolete small bore firearm cartridge.
The.256 Gibbs Magnum is an obsolete rimless bottleneck centerfire rifle cartridge developed by George Gibbs of Bristol and introduced in 1913.
The.256 Newton was a high-velocity, rimless centerfire cartridge based on the.30-06 Springfield military cartridge and developed in 1913 by Charles Newton in conjunction with the Western Cartridge Company.
The.256 Winchester Magnum was a firearms cartridge developed by Winchester, and was produced by necking-down a.357 Magnum cartridge to.257 diameter.
The.257 Roberts also known as.257 Bob is a medium-powered.25 caliber cartridge.
The.257 Weatherby Magnum is a.257 Caliber (6.35 mm) belted bottlenecked cartridge.
The.260 Remington (also known as 6.5-08 A-Square) cartridge was introduced by Remington in 1997.
The.264 Winchester Magnum is a belted, bottlenecked rifle cartridge.
The.270 Weatherby Magnum was the first belted magnum based on the.300 H&H Magnum to be developed by Roy Weatherby in 1943.
The.270 Winchester (or 6.8×64mm) was developed by Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1923 and unveiled in 1925 as a chambering for their bolt-action Model 54.
The 270 Winchester Short Magnum or 270 WSM is a short, unbelted, magnum cartridge created by necking down the.300 Winchester Short Magnum and fitting it with a.277 caliber bullet.
The.275 Holland & Holland Magnum is a semi-obsolete rifle cartridge similar to the 7mm Remington Magnum.
The.275 No 2 Magnum, also known as the 7mm Rigby Magnum Flanged and the.275 No 2 Rigby, is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge developed by John Rigby & Company in 1927.
The.276 Enfield (7×60mm) was an experimental rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire military rifle cartridge developed in conjunction with the Pattern 1913 Enfield (P'13) rifle.
The.276 Pedersen (7×51mm) round was an experimental 7 mm cartridge developed for the United States Army.
The.277 Wolverine (6.8×39mm) is a wildcat cartridge developed and marketed by Mark Kexel, President of Mad Dog Weapon Systems (MDWS).
The.280 British was an experimental rimless bottlenecked intermediate rifle cartridge.
The.280 Flanged Nitro Express, also known as the.280 Lancaster, is an obsolete rimmed bottleneck centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Charles Lancaster and introduced in 1906.
The.280 Jeffery, also known as the.280 Jeffery Rimless Nitro Express and the.33/280 Jeffery, is a rimless bottleneck centerfire rifle cartridge developed by W.J. Jeffery & Co and introduced in 1913.
The.280 Remington, also known as the 7mm-06 Remington and 7mm Express Remington, was introduced in 1957 for the Remington model 740, 760, 721, and 725 rifles.
The.280 Ross, also known as the.280 Nitro,.280 Rimless Nitro Express Ross (CIP) and.280 Rimless cartridge, is an approximately 7mm bullet diameter rifle round developed in Canada by F.W. Jones as a consultant to Sir Charles Ross, 9th Baronet, and his Ross Rifle Company of Quebec, Canada for use as a Canadian military cartridge as a replacement for the.303 British, and in a civilianised and sporterised version of his controversial Mark II and Mk III Ross rifle, and first commercially produced by Eley Brothers of London, England, in late 1907.
The.284 Winchester is an example of a commercially unsuccessful cartridge that has enjoyed a resurgence due to interest from long-range competitive shooters.
The.297/230 Morris Short and.297/230 Morris Long are two obsolete centerfire firearm cartridges developed as sub-caliber training rounds for the British Martini–Henry rifle.
The.297/250 Rook is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Holland & Holland.
The.30 Carbine (7.62×33mm) is a carbine cartridge used in the M1 Carbine introduced in the 1940s.
The.30 Newton cartridge was designed by Charles Newton for Fred Adolph, a gunsmith, in 1913, and was originally known as the.30 Adolf Express.
The.30 R Blaser (7.62×68mm R) is a rimmed bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed for hunting in 1991 by Gerhard Blenk, the then owner of Blaser Jagdwaffen GmbH and Dynamit Nobel which then owned RWS ammunition.
The.30 Remington cartridge was created in 1906 by Remington Arms.
The.30 Remington AR cartridge was created in 2008 by Remington Arms to fill a perceived gap in performance on large game between the.223 Remington and larger cartridges such as the.308 Winchester.
The.30 Thompson Center, also known by its abbreviated name,.30 TC is the first headstamped cartridge developed for Thompson Center Arms by Hornady, an ammo maker in Nebraska.
The.30 Walker is an intermediate cartridge developed by Mark Walker of Houston, Texas.
The.30-01 was a short-lived experimental cartridge developed by the United States in 1901, also referred to as the.30 Ball Model of 1901 or "Thick-rim".
The.30-03 was a short-lived cartridge developed by the United States in 1903, to replace the.30-40 Krag in the new Springfield 1903 rifle.
The.30-06 JDJ is a firearm cartridge designed by J.D. Jones.
The.30-06 Springfield cartridge (pronounced "thirty-aught-six" or "thirty-oh-six"), 7.62×63mm in metric notation and called ".30 Gov't '06" by Winchester, was introduced to the United States Army in 1906 and later standardized; it remained in use until the early 1980s.
Wildcat cartridges are firearms cartridges whose dimensions are not standardized with recognized small arms standardization bodies like the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI) and the Commission Internationale Permanente pour l'Epreuve des Armes à Feu Portatives (CIP).
The.30-30 Winchester/.30 Winchester Center Fire (7.8×51mmR) cartridge was first marketed in early 1895 for the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle.
The.30-378 Weatherby Magnum is a.30 caliber, belted, bottle-necked rifle cartridge.
The.30-40 Krag (also called.30 U.S., or.30 Army) was a cartridge developed in the early 1890s to provide the U.S. armed forces with a smokeless powder cartridge suited for use with modern small-bore repeating rifles to be selected in the 1892 small arm trials.
The.300 AAC Blackout (designated as the 300 BLK by the SAAMI and 300 AAC Blackout by the C.I.P. or 300 AAC Blackout), also known as 7.62×35mm is a carbine cartridge developed in the United States by Advanced Armament Corporation (AAC) for use in the M4 carbine.
The.300 H&H Magnum Cartridge was introduced by the British company Holland & Holland as the Super-Thirty in June, 1925.
The.300 Lapua Magnum (7.62×70mm) is a specialized rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed for long-range rifles.
.300 Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum (also known as 300 RSAUM, 300 RSUM or 300 Rem SAUM) is a.30 caliber short magnum cartridge that is a shortened version of the Remington 300 Ultra Mag, both of which derive from the.404 Jeffery case.
The.300 Remington Ultra Magnum, also known as the.300 Ultra Mag or.300 RUM is a 7.62 mm (.308in.) caliber rifle cartridge, 7.62×72mm, or.30 caliber rifle cartridge introduced by Remington Arms in 1999.
The.300 Rook, also known as the.295 Rook (by Holland & Holland only), is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.300 Ruger Compact Magnum or.300 RCM is a rimless, short-length rifle cartridge designed for the hunting of Medium-to-Large-sized North American game.
The.300 Savage cartridge is a rimless,.30 caliber rifle cartridge developed by the Savage Arms Company in 1920.
The.300 Sherwood, also known as the.300 Extra Long and the.300 Westley, is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Westley Richards.
The.300 Weatherby Magnum is a.30 caliber rifle cartridge created by Roy Weatherby in 1944 and produced by Weatherby.
The.300 Whisper is a CIP standard cartridge in the Whisper family, a group of cartridges developed in the early 1990s by J.D. Jones of SSK Industries.
The.300 Winchester Magnum (also known as.300 Win Mag or 300WM) (7.62×67mm) is a belted, bottlenecked magnum rifle cartridge that was introduced by Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1963.
.300 Winchester Short Magnum (also known as.300 WSM) is a.30 caliber rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire short magnum cartridge that was introduced in 2001 by Winchester.
The.303 British (designated as the 303 British by the C.I.P. and SAAMI) or 7.7×56mmR, is a calibre (with the bore diameter measured between the lands as is common practice in Europe) rimmed rifle cartridge first developed in Britain as a black-powder round put into service in December 1888 for the Lee–Metford rifle.
The.303 Magnum is an obsolete medium bore rifle cartridge.
The.303 Savage is a rimmed,.30 caliber rifle cartridge developed by the Savage Arms Company in 1894 which was designed as a short action cartridge for their popular Savage Model 99 hammerless lever-action rifle.
The.303/22, sometimes known as the.22/303 is a wildcat centrefire rifle cartridge, based on the.303 British, necked down to fire a.224 projectile, originating in Australia in the 1930s as a cartridge for sporterised rifles, particularly on the Lee–Enfield action, similar versions also appeared in Canada around the same time.
The.303/25, sometimes known as the.25/303 is a wildcat centrefire rifle cartridge, based on the.303 British, necked down to fire a.257 projectile, originating in Australia in the 1940s as a cartridge for sporterised rifles, particularly on the Lee–Enfield action; similar versions also appeared in Canada around the same time.
The 307 Winchester cartridge was introduced by Winchester in 1982 to meet the demand of.300 Savage performance in a lever-action rifle equipped with a tubular magazine.
The.308 Marlin Express is a cartridge developed in 2007 by Marlin Firearms and Hornady. It is based on the.307 Winchester with a goal to duplicate.308 Winchester performance. The cartridge uses a slightly shorter, semi-rimmed case similar to that of the.220 Swift to function in lever action rifles. As introduced in Hornady's LEVERevolution line of cartridges, it is the highest velocity production cartridge designed for lever action rifles with tubular magazines. It is chambered in Marlin's Model 308MX and 308MXLR rifles using the Marlin Model 336 action.
The.308 Norma Magnum (7.62×65mmBR) cartridge was created by Nils Kvale at Norma, Sweden.
The.308 Winchester (pronounced: "three-oh-eight") is a rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge and is the commercial cartridge from which the 7.62×51mm NATO round was derived.
The.308×1.5" Barnes is a wildcat cartridge based on the.308 Winchester (7.62×51mm NATO).
The.310 Cadet, also known as the.310 Greener, or the.310 Martini, is a centerfire rifle cartridge, introduced in 1900 by W.W. Greener as a target round for the Martini Cadet rifle.
The.318 Westley Richards, also known as the.318 Rimless Nitro Express, is a proprietary medium bore centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Westley Richards.
The.32 Remington (also known as the.32 Remington Auto-Loading or.32 Remington Rimless) is an American rifle cartridge.
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.
The.32 Winchester Self-Loading (also called.32SL,.32SLR, or.32WSL) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.32 Winchester Special (or.32 WS) is a rimmed cartridge created in October 1901 for use in the Winchester Model 94 lever-action rifle.
The.32-20 Winchester, also known as.32 WCF (Winchester center fire), was the first small-game lever-action cartridge that Winchester produced.
The.32-40 Ballard (also called.32-40 Winchester) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.325 Winchester Short Magnum, commonly known as the 325 WSM is a 8mm caliber rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire short magnum medium bore cartridge.
The.333 Jeffery and.333 Jeffery Flanged are medium bore rifle cartridges developed by W.J. Jeffery & Co and introduced in 1908.
338 Edge (.338/300 Ultra Mag,.338 Ultra Cat) is a Wildcat rifle cartridge based on the.300 Remington Ultra Magnum round necked up to accept 0.338" diameter bullets.
The.338 Federal is a rifle cartridge based on the.308 Winchester case necked up to.33 caliber.
The.338 Lapua Magnum (8.6×70mm or 8.58×70mm) is a rimless, bottlenecked, centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.338 Marlin Express is a new cartridge developed by Marlin Firearms and Hornady.
The.338 Norma Magnum is a cartridge first introduced in 2008 and came into production in 2009, designed by Norma of Sweden.
The.338 Remington Ultra Magnum is a.338 caliber rifle cartridge introduced by Remington Arms in 2002.
The.338 Ruger Compact Magnum or.338 RCM is a rimless, short-length rifle cartridge based on the.375 Ruger case.
The.338 Whisper is a wildcat cartridge in the Whisper family, a group of cartridges developed in the early 1990s by J.D. Jones of SSK Industries.
The.338 Winchester Magnum is a caliber, belted, rimless, bottlenecked cartridge introduced in 1958 by Winchester Repeating Arms.
The.338-06 is a wildcat cartridge based on the.30-06.
The.338-378 Weatherby Magnum started out as the wildcat cartridge,.338-378 Keith-Thomson Magnum during the early 1960s.
The.340 Weatherby Magnum rifle cartridge was introduced in 1962 by creator Roy Weatherby to fill the gap between the.300 Weatherby Magnum ad the.378 Weatherby Magnum, and in response to the.338 Winchester Magnum released in 1958.
The.348 Winchester is an American rifle cartridge.
The.35 Remington is the only remaining cartridge from Remington's lineup of medium-power rimless cartridges still in commercial production.
The.35 Whelen is a powerful medium-bore rifle cartridge that does not require a magnum action or a magnum bolt-face.
The.35 Winchester (colloquially.35 Win) 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,Barnes, p.85, ".35 Winchester".
The.35 Winchester Self-Loading (also called.35SL,.35SLR, or.35WSL) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.350 Remington Magnum was introduced in 1965 by Remington Arms Company for the Model 600 rifle.
The.350 Rigby and.350 Rigby No 2 are proprietary medium bore rifle cartridges developed by developed by John Rigby & Company.
The.351 Winchester Self-Loading (also called.351 SL or.351 WSL) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.356 Winchester is a semi-rimmed, bottle-necked, centerfire rifle cartridge which was designed for use in lever-action rifles.
The.358 Norma Magnum (.358 NM or 9.1x64mmBR) is a bolt action rifle cartridge introduced in 1959 by Swedish company, Norma.
The.358 Winchester is a.35 caliber rifle cartridge based on a necked up.308 Winchester created by Winchester in 1955.
The.360 No 2 Nitro Express is a centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Eley Brothers and introduced in 1905.
The.360 No 5 Rook is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.369 Nitro Express, also known as the.369 Purdey Nitro Express, is a centerfire, rifle cartridge developed by James Purdey & Sons and introduced in 1922.
The.375 Dakota is dangerous game cartridge designed by Don Allen, the founder of Dakota Arms of Sturgis, South Dakota.
The.375 Nitro Express 2½ inch Velopex, was a nitrocellulose (smokeless) powder cartridge introduced in 1899.
The.375 Holland & Holland Magnum (9.5×72mmB) is a medium-bore rifle cartridge.
The.375 Remington Ultra Magnum, also known as the.375 RUM is a.375 rifle cartridge introduced by Remington Arms in 2000.
The.375 Ruger (9.5×65.5mm) is a rimless, standard-length rifle cartridge designed for the hunting of large dangerous game.
The.375 Weatherby Magnum (9.5×73mmB) is a medium-bore rifle cartridge.
The.375 Whelen cartridge (A.K.A. 375-06) was developed in 1951 by L.R. "Bob" Wallack and named in honor of Colonel Townsend Whelen.
The.375 Winchester is a modernized version of the.38-55 Winchester, a black powder cartridge from the 1880s.
The.375/303 Westley Richards Accelerated Express, also known as the.375/303 Axite, is an obsolete medium bore rifle cartridge.
The.376 Steyr cartridge is a rifle cartridge jointly developed by Hornady and Steyr for use in the Steyr Scout rifle.
The.378 Weatherby Magnum was designed by Roy Weatherby in 1953.
.38 rimfire cartridges are a type of ammunition that have been in service in the United States since the mid-nineteenth century.
The.38-40 Winchester is actually a.40 caliber cartridge shooting.401 caliber bullets.
The.38-55 Winchester cartridge (actually.3775 caliber) was introduced in 1876 by Ballard.
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.
The.380 Long, also known as the.380 Rook rifle, is an obsolete centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.40-65 Winchester (also called the.40-65 Winchester and Marlin) was an American rifle cartridge.
The.400 H&H Magnum also known as the.400 Holland & Holland Belted Rimless or the.400 Holland & Holland Magnum is a.411 caliber belted rimless bottlenecked cartridge introduced in 2003 by Holland & Holland together with the.465 H&H Magnum in 2003.
The.400 Jeffery Nitro Express or.450/400 3-inch Nitro Express is a medium bore, bottlenecked, Nitro Express cartridge designed by W.J. Jeffery & Co in 1902, intended for use in single shot and double rifles.
The.400 Purdey, also known as the.400 3-inch Straight and.400 Purdey Light Express 3-inch, is an obsolete rifle cartridge developed by James Purdey & Sons.
The.400 Whelen cartridge was developed by Colonel Townsend Whelen while he was commanding officer of Frankford Arsenal in the early 1920s.
The.400/350 Nitro Express, also known at the.400/350 Nitro Rigby, is a medium bore rifle cartridge developed by John Rigby & Company.
The.400/360 Nitro Express (2¾-inch) cartridges are a number of very similar, but not interchangeable, centerfire rifle cartridges developed by James Purdey & Sons, William Evans, Westley Richards and Fraser of Edinburgh, all at the beginning of the 20th century.
The.401 Winchester Self-Loading (also called.401SL or.401WSL) is an American rifle cartridge.
The.404 Jeffery is a large-caliber, rimless cartridge designed for large, dangerous game, such as the "Big Five" (elephant, rhino, cape buffalo, lion and leopard) of Africa.
The.405 Winchester (also known as the.405 WCF) is a centerfire rifle cartridge introduced in 1904 for the Winchester 1895 lever-action rifle.
The.408 Cheyenne Tactical designated 408 Chey Tac (10.36×77mm) by the C.I.P. is a specialized rimless, bottlenecked, centerfire cartridge for military long-range sniper rifles that was developed by Dr.
The.41 Swiss (officially the 10.4x38mm R Swiss Vetterli M69/81) is a Swiss military rimfire rifle cartridge.
The.410 bore, commonly yet incorrectly named.410 gauge, is the second-smallest caliber of shotgun shell commonly available, (.360 CF being the smallest).
The.416 Barrett or 10.6×83mm centerfire rifle cartridge is a proprietary bottlenecked centrefire rifle cartridge designed in 2005.
The.416 Remington Magnum is a.416 caliber (10.6 mm) of a belted bottle-necked design.
The.416 Rigby or 10.6×74mm was designed in 1911 by John Rigby, of John Rigby & Company, as a dangerous game cartridge.
The.416 Ruger is a.41 caliber (10.4mm), beltless, rimless, bottlenecked cartridge designed as a joint venture by Hornady and Ruger in 2008.
The.416 Taylor is a rifle cartridge.
The.416 Weatherby Magnum is a belted, bottlenecked cartridge designed by Ed Weatherby and launched commercially in 1989.
The.425 Westley Richards Magnum is one of the classic African big-game rounds.
The.44 Henry, also known as the.44 Rimfire, the.44 Long Rimfire, or the 11x23mmR (11x23mm Rimmed) in Europe, is a rimfire rifle and handgun cartridge featuring a -long brass or copper case.
The.44-40 Winchester, also known as.44 Winchester,.44 WCF (Winchester Center Fire), and.44 Largo (in Spanish speaking countries) was introduced in 1873 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company.
The.444 Marlin (10.9x57mm) is a rifle cartridge designed in 1964 by Marlin Firearms and Remington Arms.
The.45-70 rifle cartridge, also known as.45-70 Government, was developed at the U.S. Army's Springfield Armory for use in the Springfield Model 1873, which is known to collectors as the "trapdoor Springfield".
The.45-90 Sharps cartridge is a black powder round introduced in 1877 by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company.
The.450 Black Powder Express also known as the.450 3¼-inch BPE was a popular black powder cartridge in the late 19th and early 20th century.
The.450 Bushmaster is a rifle cartridge developed by Tim LeGendre of LeMag Firearms, and licensed to Bushmaster Firearms International.
The.450 Marlin is a firearms cartridge designed as a modernized equivalent to the venerable.45-70 cartridge.
.450 Nitro Express also known as the.450 3¼-inch Nitro Express was designed for the purpose of hunting large game such as elephant.
The.450 No 2 Nitro Express also known as the.450 Nitro Express 3½-inch was developed by Eley Brothers in 1903.
The.450 Rigby Magnum Rimless, better known simply as the.450 Rigby, is a.45 caliber (11.6 mm) rimless, bottlenecked cartridge intended for the hunting of heavy dangerous game.
The.450/400 Black Powder Express cartridges were black powder rifle cartridges introduced in the United Kingdom in the 1880s.
The.450/400 Nitro Express is a Nitro Express rifle cartridge that produced in two case lengths, 2⅜-inches and 3¼-inches, intended for use in single shot and double rifles, the latter is considered a classic Nitro Express cartridge.
The.454 Casull (/kə'sul/) is a firearm cartridge, developed as a wildcat cartridge in 1957 by Dick Casull and Jack Fullmer.
The.458 Express is a.458 diameter (caliber) cartridge developed in South Africa.
The.458 Lott is a.458 caliber belted hunting cartridge designed as a replacement for the less powerful.458 Winchester Magnum.
The.458 SOCOM (11.63×40mm) is a moderately large round designed for a specialized upper receiver that can be mounted on any AR-15 pattern lower receiver.
The.458 Winchester Magnum is a belted, straight-taper cased, dangerous game rifle cartridge.
The.458×2-inch American is a straight, belted,.458 caliber (11.6 mm) big bore cartridge designed by Frank Barnes.
The.460 Weatherby Magnum is a belted, bottlenecked rifle cartridge, developed by Roy Weatherby in 1957.
The.461 No 1 Gibbs and the.461 No 2 Gibbs are two obsolete proprietary rifle cartridges developed in 19th century Britain.
The.465 Holland & Holland Magnum also known as the.465 Holland & Holland Belted Magnum or more simply as the.465 H&H Magnum, is a modern big bore firearms cartridge introduced by Holland & Holland in 2003 together with the.400 H&H Magnum.
The.470 Nitro Express is a cartridge developed by Joseph Lang in England for very large or dangerous game hunting.
The.475 Nitro Express is a British rifle cartridge developed in the early 20th century.
The.475 No 2 Nitro Express is a British rifle cartridge developed by Eley Brothers in the early 20th century.
The.476 Nitro Express, also known as the.476 Westley Richards, is a British rifle cartridge introduced by Westley Richards around 1907.
The.50 Alaskan is a wildcat cartridge developed by Harold Johnson and Harold Fuller of the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska in the 1950s.
The.50 Beowulf is a rifle cartridge developed by Bill Alexander of Alexander Arms for use in a modified AR-15 rifle.
The.50 Browning Machine Gun (.50 BMG, 12.7×99mm NATO and designated as the 50 Browning by the C.I.P.) is a cartridge developed for the Browning.50 caliber machine gun in the late 1910s.
The.50 Peacekeeper is a wildcat rifle cartridge that was designed by J.D. Jones of SSK Industries.
The.50-110 WCF (also known as the.50-100-450 WCF, with different loadings) is an obsolete American black powder centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.50-140 Sharps rifle cartridge is a black-powder cartridge that was introduced in 1884 as a big game hunting round.
The.50-70 Government (also called the.50-70 Musket or.50 Government) is a black powder cartridge adopted in 1866 for the Springfield Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle.
The.50-90 Sharps rifle cartridge is a black-powder cartridge that was introduced by Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company in 1872 as a buffalo (American bison) hunting round.
The.500 A-Square is a belted, bottleneck rifle cartridge, developed by Col. Arthur B. Alphin in 1976.
The.500 Black Powder Express was in fact a series of Black powder case of varying lengths that emerged in the 1860s.
The.500 Jeffery is a big-game rifle cartridge that first appeared around 1920, and was originally introduced by the August Schuler Company, a German firm, under the European designation "12.7×70mm Schuler" or ".500 Schuler".
The.500 Nitro Express is a.510 caliber (13 mm) big bore hunting cartridge.
The.500/450 3¼-inch Magnum Black Powder Express, is a centerfire rifle cartridge developed in Britain.
The.500/450 Magnum Nitro Express is a large bore centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Holland & Holland.
The.500/450 No 1 Black Powder Express, known in its day as the.500/450 No 1 Express, was a centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Westley Richards and introduced in the late 1870s.
The.500/465 Nitro Express is a large bore centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Holland & Holland and introduced in 1907.
The.505 Gibbs cartridge was designed by George Gibbs in 1911.
The.510 DTC EUROP is a French rifle cartridge developed by Eric Danis in order to comply with firearms legislation of.50 BMG rifles in Europe.
The.510 Whisper is a subsonic rifle cartridge developed by SSK Industries for use in suppressed rifles.
The.55 Boys (13.9×99mmB in metric) is an anti-tank cartridge used by the United Kingdom in World War II.
The.577 Black Powder Express is a series of black powder cartridges of varying lengths including 2½-inch, 2¾-inch, 3-inch and 3¼-inch.
The.577 Nitro Express is a large bore centerfire rifle cartridge designed for the purpose of hunting large game such as elephant.
The.577 Snider cartridge was a British black powder metallic cartridge, which fired a, lead projectile, primarily used in the Snider–Enfield rifle.
The.577 Tyrannosaur or.577 T-Rex (14.9×76mm) is a very large and extremely powerful rifle cartridge developed by A-Square in 1993 on request for professional guides in Zimbabwe who escort clients hunting dangerous game.
Also known as 11.43x60R (61R) The.577/450 Martini–Henry was a black powder, centrefire round used by the British and British Empire militaries prior to the adoption of the.303 calibre cartridge used in the Lee–Metford, Martini–Enfield, and Lee–Enfield series of rifles alongside the Nepalese Bira gun.
The.577/500 3⅛-inch Nitro Express is a British centerfire fire rifle cartridge.
The.577/500 No 2 Black Powder Express, also known as the 12.7mm British No 2, is a British centerfire fire rifle cartridge.
The.585 Nyati (14.9×71mm) is a shoulder-fired rifle cartridge.
The.600 Nitro Express is a large bore Nitro Express rifle cartridge developed by W.J. Jeffery & Co for the purpose of hunting large game such as elephant.
The.600 Overkill cartridge is a hunting cartridge designed to fit the CZ-550 action, by American Hunting Rifles.
The.70-150 Winchester is a hypothetical American centerfire rifle cartridge.
The.700 Nitro Express (17.8×89mmR) is a big game rifle cartridge made by Holland & Holland, London, England.
The.950 JDJ (24.1x70mm) is a powerful large caliber rifle cartridge developed by American gunsmith and weapon designer J. D. Jones of SSK Industries.
This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the caliber range.
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.
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The 11x59mmR Gras, also known as the 11mm Vickers, is an obsolete rifle cartridge.
The 11mm Mauser (also known as the 11x60mmR Mauser or.43 Mauser) was a black-powder cartridge developed for the Mauser Model 1871 rifle, and used later in the 71/84 variant.
This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 12-millimeter (0.47 in) to 13-millimeter (0.51 in) caliber range.
The 12.7×108mm cartridge is a heavy machine gun and anti-materiel rifle cartridge used by the former Soviet Union, the former Warsaw Pact, modern Russia, and other countries.
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.
This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the caliber range and greater.
The Mauser 13.2mm TuF (Tank und Flieger; lit. "tank and aircraft", known also as 13.2×92mmSR) cartridge, was a major step in the development of anti-tank cartridges, being the first one designed for the sole purpose of destroying armored targets.
The 14.5×114mm (.57 Cal) is a heavy machine gun and anti-materiel rifle cartridge used by the Soviet Union, the former Warsaw Pact, modern Russia, and other countries.
The 14.5mm JDJ was created by SSK Industries of Wintersville, Ohio.
Two bore or 2 bore is a mostly obsolete firearm caliber.
This article lists firearm cartridges which have a caliber in the to range.
The 20 mm caliber is a specific size of cannon or autocannon ammunition.
The 20×110mm USN (also known as 20×110mm US Navy and 20mm Mk-100 Series) was developed by the US Navy after World War II for use in Mk 11 and Mk 12 autocannon.
The 23×115mm round is used by Soviet (USSR)/Russian/CIS aircraft autocannon, most notably by the GSh-23L and GSh-6-23.
The 23×152mmB used by the USSR/CIS in the VYa-23 aircraft autocannon the Ilyushin Il-2 ground attack aircraft and in the 2A7 and 2A14 autocannons on the ZU-23 anti-aircraft gun series and ZSU-23-4 "Shilka", among others.
The 25 mm caliber is a specific size of cannon or autocannon ammunition.
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The 30 mm caliber is a specific size of autocannon ammunition.
Four bore or 4 bore is an almost obsolete black powder caliber of the 19th century, used for the hunting of large and potentially dangerous game animals.
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The 4.5mm MKR cartridge was a prototype Swedish rifle cartridge.
The 4.85×49mm is an experimental intermediate firearm cartridge made by the United Kingdom for the Individual Weapon project, which became the SA80 series of small arms.
Developed for the AR-10 semi-automatic rifle, the 45 Raptor is a rimless, centerfire cartridge designed for medium and large game hunting.
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5 mm/35 SMc is a high performance 5 mm (.20 inch) cartridge.
The 5.45×39mm cartridge is a rimless bottlenecked Intermediate cartridge.
The 5.56×30mm MINSAS is an cartridge manufactured by the Ordnance Factories Board for close quarter battle use.
The 5.56×45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge family developed in Belgium by FN Herstal.
The 5.6×50mm Magnum (designated as the 5,6 × 50 Mag. by the C.I.P.) is a centerfire, rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge that was developed in 1970 by Günter Frères of the Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM).
The 5.6×52mmR cartridge was created by Charles Newton and produced by Savage Arms in 1912.
The 5.6×57mm cartridge was created by RWS in Germany for hunting small deer such as roe deer, and for chamois.
The 5.6×57mmR cartridge was created by Rheinisch-Westfälische Sprengstoffwerke (RWS) in Germany for hunting small deer.
The 5.6×61mm SE, an abbreviated form of its full designation, the 5.6×61mm Super Express, is a rifle cartridge introduced in Germany in 1937.
The 5.8×42mm / DBP87 ("Dàn (弹) Bùqiāng (步枪) Pŭtōng (普通), 1987"; literally "Standard Rifle Cartridge, 1987") is a military rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge developed in the People's Republic of China.
The 5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum or 5mm RRM"" by Chuck Hawks is a bottlenecked rimfire cartridge introduced by Remington Arms Company in 1969.
The 6 bore, also known as the 6 gauge, is an obsolete caliber that was used commonly in 19th-century black-powder firearms.
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6mm XC (also known as 6XC) is a "wildcat" rifle cartridge, similar to the 6x47mm Swiss Match.
The 6.5-06 A-Square is a centerfire rifle cartridge that originated as a wildcat, based on the popular.30-06 Springfield.
The 6.5-284 Norma originated as a wildcat cartridge based on the.284 Winchester cartridge necked down to 6.5 mm.
The 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum is a 6.5mm cartridge created by Weatherby in 2016 as its own rendition to the ever-growing 6.5mm long range rifle market.
6.5×47mm Lapua (or 6.5×47mm) is a rifle cartridge that was developed specifically for 300–1000 meter competition by ammunition maker Nammo Lapua and the Swiss rifle manufacturer Grünig & Elmiger AG in 2005.
The 6.5×50mm semi-rimmed (6.5×50mmSR) Japanese cartridge, currently manufactured under the designation 6.5mm Jap, was adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1897, along with the Type 30 Arisaka infantry rifle and carbine.
The 6.5×52mm Carcano, also known as the 6.5×52mm Parravicini–Carcano or 6.5×52mm Mannlicher–Carcano, is an Italian military 6.5 mm (.268 cal, actually 0.2675 inches) rimless bottle-necked rifle cartridge, developed from 1889 to 1891 and used in the Carcano 1891 rifle and many of its successors.
The 6.5×53mmR or.256 Mannlicher is a late 19th-century rimmed centerfire military rifle cartridge similar to other early smokeless powder designs.
The 6.5×54mm Mannlicher–Schönauer also known as 6.5×54 Mannlicher–Schönauer Greek is a 6.5 mm (.264" cal.) rifle cartridge used in the Mannlicher–Schönauer rifle.
The 6.5×55mm (designated as the 6.5×55 Swedish by the SAAMI and 6,5 × 55 SE by the C.I.P.) is a first-generation smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge.
The 6.5×68mm rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire rifle cartridge (also known as the 6.5×68mm RWS, 6.5×68mm Schüler, or the 6.5×68mm Von Hofe Express) and its sister cartridge the 8×68mm S were developed in the 1930s by August Schüler from the August Schüler Waffenfabrik, Suhl, Germany as magnum hunting cartridges that would just fit and function in standard-sized Mauser 98 bolt-action rifles.
The 6.5mm Creedmoor, designated 6.5 Creedmoor by SAAMI, 6,5 Creedmoor by the C.I.P. or 6.5 CM or 6.5 CRDMR for short, is a centerfire rifle cartridge introduced by Hornady in 2007http://bulletin.accurateshooter.com/2007/11/hornady-introduces-new-65-creedmoor-cartridge/ as a modification of the.30 TC, which was based on the.308 Winchester.
The 6.5mm Grendel (6.5×39mm) is an intermediate cartridge designed by Arne Brennan, Bill Alexander, and Janne Pohjoispää as a low recoil, high accuracy, 200–800 yard cartridge specifically for the AR-15.
The 6.5mm Remington Magnum is a.264 caliber (6.7 mm) belted bottlenecked cartridge introduced in 1966.
The 6.8 mm Remington Special Purpose Cartridge (6.8 SPC, 6.8 SPC II or 6.8×43mm) is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate rifle cartridge that was developed by Remington Arms in collaboration with members of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, United States Special Operations Command to possibly replace the 5.56 NATO cartridge in a Short Barreled Rifle(SBR)/Carbine.
The 6×45mm is a rimless, bottlenecked cartridge based on the.223 Remington or 5.56 NATO cartridge necked up to.243 (6mm).
The 6mm AR is a centerfire wildcat cartridge initially designed by Robert Whitley for long-range performance in an AR-15 rifle.
The 6mm BR is a centerfire cartridge created for benchrest shooting.
The 6mm Lee Navy (6×60mmSR), also known as the 6mm U.S.N.Hanson, Jim, The 6mm U.S.N. - Ahead Of Its Time, Rifle Magazine, Vol.
The 6mm Musgrave was the brain child of Ben Musgrave and introduced by Musgrave Rifles in 1955 and can be described as a classic Africa cartridge.
The 6mm PPC (Palmisano & Pindel Cartridge), or 6 PPC as it is more often called, is a centerfire rifle cartridge used almost exclusively for benchrest shooting.
The 6mm Remington rifle cartridge, originally introduced in 1955 by Remington Arms Company as the.244 Remington, is based on a necked down.257 Roberts cartridge using a.24/6mm bullet.
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The 7-30 Waters cartridge was originally a wildcat cartridge developed by author Ken Waters in 1976 to give better performance to lever-action rifle shooters than the parent.30-30 Winchester cartridge, by providing a higher velocity and flatter trajectory with a smaller, lighter bullet.
The 7.35×51mm Carcano is an Italian rifle cartridge and a now obsolete caliber designed to replace the 6.5×52mm Carcano in the Carcano rifles of the Italian military.
For the 7.5mm Swiss pistol round, see 7.5mm 1882 Ordnance The 7.5×55mm Swiss or GP 11 (or unofficially 7.5×55mm Schmidt–Rubin) is a cartridge developed for the Swiss Army by mechanical engineer Lt.
The 7.5×57mm MAS or 7.5×58mm mle 1924c was a short-lived French rifle cartridge that was introduced in the mid-1920s to replace the 8 mm Lebel, although it itself was soon replaced with the 7.5×54mm French round, that served the French for decades to come until France, along with the rest of NATO, adopted the standard NATO calibers, 5.56×45mm NATO and 7.62×51mm NATO.
7.62 mm caliber is a nominal caliber used for a number of different cartridges.
The 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge (designated as the 7,62 × 25 Tokarev by the C.I.P.) is a Russian rimless bottlenecked pistol cartridge widely used in former Soviet satellite states, China and Pakistan among other countries.
7.62×38mmR (also known as 7.62 mm Nagant and Cartridge, Type R) is a unique ammunition cartridge designed for use in the Russian Nagant M1895 revolver.
The 7.62×39mm (aka 7.62 Soviet or formerly.30 Russian Short) round is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge of Soviet origin that was designed during World War II.
The 7.62×40mm Wilson Tactical (7.62×40mm WT) is a centerfire rifle cartridge introduced in 2011 by Wilson Combat.
The 7.62×45mm (designated as the 7,62 × 45 by the C.I.P.) is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate rifle cartridge developed in Czechoslovakia.
The 7.62×51mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 7.62 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge developed in the 1950s as a standard for small arms among NATO countries.
The 7.62×53mmR (also known as the 7.62×53mmR Finnish) rifle cartridge is a Finnish design based on the Russian 7.62×54mmR round dating back to 1891.
The 7.62×54mmR is a rimmed rifle cartridge developed by the Russian Empire and introduced as a service cartridge in 1891.
7.62mm Thumper is a barrel specification optimized to run larger bullets out of standard 7.62×39mm cases.
The 7.63×25mm Mauser (.30 Mauser Automatic) round was the original cartridge for the Mauser C96 service pistol.
The 7.65×53mm Mauser (designated as the 7,65 × 53 Arg. by the C.I.P.) is a first-generation smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge developed for use in the Mauser Model 1889 rifle by Paul Mauser of the Mauser company.
The 7.7×58mm Arisaka cartridge, Type 99 rimless 7.7 mm or 7.7mm Japanese was a rifle cartridge which was used in the Imperial Japanese Army's Arisaka Type 99 rifle and machine guns, and was the standard light cartridge for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service, such as the Type 89.
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The 7.92×36mm EPK was an experimental rifle round intended for the Pyrkal light machine gun.
The 7.92×57mm Mauser (designated as the 8mm Mauser or 8×57mm by the SAAMI and 8 × 57 IS by the C.I.P.) is a rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge.
The 7×33mm Sako cartridge was created in Finland in 1942 as a small game cartridge for animals such as the Capercaillie and Black Grouse.
The 7×54mm Finnish is a rifle cartridge which was designed by Lapua as a moose hunting cartridge.
Created by the gunsmith Jean Fournier, the 7x54mm Fournier is basically the 7.5x54mm French necked down to 7 mm.
The 7×57mm cartridge, also known as the 7mm Mauser, 7×57mm Mauser, 7mm Spanish Mauser in the USA and.275 Rigby in the United Kingdom is a first-generation smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge.
The 7x61mm Sharpe & Hart Magnum belted cartridge (7mm S&H Super) was developed by Philip B. Sharpe and Richard (Dick) Hart in the 1950s and based on the.300 H&H Magnum case.
The 7×64mm (also unofficially known as the 7×64mm Brenneke, though its designer's name was never officially added as a part of the cartridge name) is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed for hunting.
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 7mm Remington Magnum rifle cartridge was introduced as a commercially available round in 1962, along with the new Remington Model 700 bolt-action rifle.
Remington introduced the 7mm Short Action Ultra Magnum (SAUM) cartridge in 2002 to compete with the 7mm Winchester Short Magnum cartridge.
The 7mm Remington Ultra Magnum or 7mm RUM is a 7mm rifle cartridge introduced by Remington Arms in 2001.
The 7mm Shooting Times Westerner, sometimes referred to as the 7mm STW began as a wildcat rifle cartridge developed by Layne Simpson in 1979.
The 7 mm Weatherby Magnum is a powerful (magnum) 7 mm rifle cartridge offered by the Weatherby firearms company in their Mark V rifles.
The 7mm Winchester Short Magnum (also known as the 7mm WSM) is a centrefire cartridge developed in partnership with Browning Arms Company and Winchester ammunition, making its debut and introduced to the shooting public in 2001.
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.
The 8 bore, also known as the 8 gauge, is an obsolete caliber used commonly in the 19th-century black-powder firearms.
This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the to caliber range.
The 8×50mmR Lebel (8mm Lebel) (designated as the 8 × 51 R Lebel by the C.I.P.) rifle cartridge was the first smokeless powder cartridge to be made and adopted by any country.
Note: Not to be confused with the French 8×50mmR Lebel cartridge. The Austro-Hungarian 8×50mmR Mannlicher or 8×50mmR M93 is a service cartridge dating back to the days of semi-smokeless powder.
The 8×56mmR or 8×56mmR M30S (C.I.P. civil designation) 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.
The 8×60mm S (the S means it is intended for 8.2 mm (.323 in) groove diameter bullets) is an uncommon rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge of German origin, dating back to the interbellum period between World War I and World War II.
The 8×64mm S (also unofficially known as the 8×64mm S Brenneke) (the S means it is intended for 8.2 mm (.323 in) groove diameter bullets) is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed as a military service round for the German Army who never issued it.
The 8×68mm S rebated rim bottlenecked centerfire rifle cartridge (the S denoting it is intended for 8.2 mm (.323 in) groove diameter bullets) and its necked-down sister cartridge, the 6.5×68mm (no S, or other modifier required), were developed in the 1930s by August Schüler of the August Schüler Waffenfabrik, Suhl, Germany as magnum hunting cartridges that would just fit and function in standard-sized Mauser 98 bolt-action rifles.
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.
This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet caliber in the 9-millimeter range.
The 9.3×57mm was created by necking up the 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge.
The 9.3×62mm (also known in the USA as the 9.3×62mm Mauser) is an 'all-around firearms cartridge' suitable for hunting larger species of animals in Africa, Europe, or North America. It was introduced by Otto Bock in 1905. At a typical, its 286 grain standard load balances recoil and power for effective use at up to about 250m (275 yds). The CIP Maximum Average Pressure (MAP) for the 9.3×62mm is 390 MPa (56,500 PSI). The 9.3×62mm was developed around 1905 by Berlin gunmaker Otto Bock, who designed it to fit into the Model 1898 Mauser bolt-action rifle. African hunters and settlers often chose military rifles for their reliability and low cost, but governments fearful of colonial rebellions often banned military-caliber bolt-action magazine rifles and their ammunition. The 9.3×62mm was never a military cartridge and so never had this problem. Like their military counterparts Mausers chambered in 9.3×62mm were relatively inexpensive and quite reliable. Because of these factors 9.3x62 quickly became popular in Africa and usage of the cartridge became widespread. The 9.3×74R is a rimmed 9.3 mm cartridge that evolved from the 9.3×72R black powder cartridge. The energy levels of the 9.3×62 and 9.3×74R cartridges are similar but in developmental terms are distinct as the cartridges are unrelated. The rimmed cartridge is slightly longer, allowing for lower pressure in the case while retaining muzzle velocity.
The 9.3×64mm Brenneke (also unofficially known as the 9.3 x 64) is a rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed for big-game hunting.
9.3×74mmR is a European medium-bore cartridge invented in Germany around 1900.
The 9.5×57mm Mannlicher–Schönauer (MS) cartridge was adopted for the M-1910 MS rifle and carbine in 1910.
The 9×18mm Makarov (designated 9mm Makarov by the C.I.P. and often called 9×18mm PM) is a Russian pistol and submachine gun cartridge.
The 9×19mm Parabellum is a firearms cartridge that was designed by Georg Luger and introduced in 1902 by the German weapons manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) (German Weapons and Munitions Factory) for their Luger semi-automatic pistol.
The 9×39mm is a Soviet / Russian rifle cartridge and is the world’s longest developed modern bullet.
The 9×57mm Mauser is a cartridge based on the 7.92×57mm Mauser.