Rifle Ammo

.17 HMR
.17 HMR .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire Developed by Hornady in 2002 .22 Magnum necked down to .17 caliber (4.5 mm)
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.17 rem
.17 rem
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.218 bee
.218 bee
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.22 CB
.22 CB .22 CB Cap (Conical Ball Cap) 6mm Flobert Introduced in 1888 20 to 29 grains (1.30 to 1.88
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.22 extra long
.22 extra long Introduced early 1880’s 40 gr (2.6 g) lubricated bullet .22 long rifle combined the case of the
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.22 hornet
.22 hornet
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.22 long
.22 long Introduced in 1871 .22 Long is the 2nd oldest (still used) rimfire cartridges 29 grain (1.9 g) bullet
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.22 long rifle
.22 long rifle .22 LR Developed by Stevens Arms in 1887 combines the case of the “.22 Long” with the
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.22 mag
.22 WMR .22 magnum .22 Mag Introduced in 1959 by Winchester 40 grains (2.6 g) bullet The only successful rimfire
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.22 short
.22 short Developed in 1857 for the first Smith & Wesson revolver First American metallic cartridge 29 grain (1.88 g)
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.22-250 Rem
.22-250 Rem
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.220 swift
.220 swift
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.222 Rem
.222 Rem
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.222 Rem mag
.222 Rem mag
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.222 Win
.222 Win
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.223 Rem
.223 Rem
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.223 WSSM
.223 WSSM
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.224 Mag
.224 Mag
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.225 Win
.225 Winchester Introduced in 1964 replacement for the .220 Swift replaced by .22-250 Remington
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.243 Win
.243 Win
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.243 WSSM
.243 WSSM
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.25-06 Rem
.25-06 Rem
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.25-20
.25-20
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.256 Win mag
.256 Win mag
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.264 Win mag
.254 Win mag .264 Winchester Magnum Designed in 1959
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.270 Win
.270 Win
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.270 WSM
.270 WSM
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.275 H&H mag
.275 H&H mag
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.280 Rem
.280 Rem
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.284 Win
.284 Win
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.30 carbine
.30 carbine
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.30 Mauser
.30 Mauser
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.30-06
.30-06 Springfield 7.62×63mm
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.30-30
.30-30
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.30-40 Krag
.30-40 Krag
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.300 AAC Blackout
.300 AAC Blackout
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.300 H&H mag
.300 H&H mag
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.300 Rem ultra mag
.300 Rem ultra mag
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.300 savage
.300 savage
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.300 WBY mag
.300 WBY mag
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.300 Win mag
.300 Win mag
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.300 WSM
.300 WSM
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.303 British
.303 British
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.32-20 Win
.32-20 Win
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.338 Win mag
.338 Win mag
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.35 Rem
.35 Rem
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.357 mag
.357 mag
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.375 H&H mag
  .375 H&H mag
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.378 H&H mag
.378 H&H mag
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.38 Special
.38 Special .38 Spl
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.38-40 Win
.38-40 Win
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.40-60
.40-60
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.41 mag
.41 mag
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.44 mag
  .44 Rem mag
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.44 spl
.44 spl
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.45 colt
.45 colt
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.45-70
.45-70
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.458 SOCOM
.458 SOCOM
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.458 Win mag
.458 Win mag
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.475 wildey mag
.475 wildey mag
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.50 BMG
.50 BMG Blue Plastic – M858 Short Range Training Ammo Red – M1 Tracer Black Tip – .30cal Sabot Tungsten
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.50 Sharps
.50 Sharps
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.585 Hyati
.585 Hyati
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5.45×39
5.45×39
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5.56×45
5.56×45
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5.7x28mm
5.7x28mm
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6.5 Grendel
6.5 Grendel
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6.5×52mm
6.5×52mm Mannlicher-Carcano 6.5×52mm Carcano 6.5×52mm Paraviccini-Carcano developed in 1891 (U.S. version: .25-35 Winchester used by Lee Harvey Oswald to assassinate
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6.8 Barrett
6.8 Barrett
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6.8 SPC
6.8 SPC
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6mm Rem
6mm Rem
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7.35×51 mm
7.35×51 mm Carcano Introduced in 1938 Italian army
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7.62×39
7.62×39 7.62×39mm first used in the RPD machine gun
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7.62×45
7.62×45
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7.62×51
7.62×51 .308 win
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7.62x54R
7.62x54R
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7.65×54
7.65×54
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7mm mag
7mm mag
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7mm Rem mag
7mm Rem mag
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7×61 S&H
7×61 S&H 7×61mm Sharpe & Hart Introduced in 1953 cartridge requires hand-loading. Brass can be fire-formed from 7mm Remington Magnum
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8mm Lebel
8mm Lebel
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8mm Mauser
8mm Mauser
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8×57
8×57
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