5.56×45

5.56×45

.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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.50 BMG

.50 BMG
  • Blue Plastic – M858 Short Range Training Ammo Red
  • – M1 Tracer Black Tip
  • – .30cal Sabot Tungsten Sabot
  • – M903 SLAP Red & Silver
  • – M20 Armor Piercing Incendiary Tracer Silver
  • – M8 API, Armor Piercing Incendiary Yellow & Red
  • – M48A1 (50BAT) Spotter
  • – Tracer Red Plastic
  • – German blank Brown
  • – M17 Tracer Black
  • – M2 Ball or M2 A.P. ? Silver & Red
  • – Yellow – Heavy Ball Purple & Silver
  • – Mk257 Dim Tracer (for night vision) Blue
  • – M23 Incendiary Green & Gray
  • – Mk.211, Mod.0 Raufoss Armor Piercing Incendiary Explosive


Bult diameter: .510 in (13.0 mm)
Case length: 3.91 in (99 mm)
Overall length: 5.45 in (138 mm)
Neck diameter: .560 in (14.2 mm)
Shoulder diameter: .735 in (18.7 mm)
Base diameter: .804 in (20.4 mm)
Rim diameter: .804 in (20.4 mm

  • Top 10 .50 BMG Conclusion
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) Unknown (Silver & Red tip)
  • Bullet of the Day: .50 BMG Raufoss
  • Bullet of the Day: .50 BMG lighter
  • 1,000 M9 .50 BMG Links
  • Full Auto .50 BMG “Ma Deuce”
  • Shooting .50 BMG Full Auto @ Machine Gun Fundraiser
  • Shooting .50 Caliber Air Rifle,Dragons Claw
  • Barrett M107 .50 BMG
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M1 Tracer
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) Mk.211, Mod.0 Raufoss Armor Piercing Incendiary Explosive
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) 30 cal Sabot (A.P. Black Tip)
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) Norwegian Red Plastic Blank
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) Heavy Ball (Yellow Tip)
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M17 Tracer
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M23 Incendiary
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M2 ball or M2 AP Armor Piercing
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M8 API Armor Piercing Incendiary
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) Mk.257 Dim Tracer (Night Vision)
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M20 Armor Piercing Incendiary Tracer
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M48A1 Spotter Tracer
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M858 Short Range Training Ammo
  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) M903 SLAP Sabotted Light Armor Penetrator\
  • .50 BMG Assortment
  • .50 Browning Machine Gun (.50 BMG) Collection
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  • Top 15 (.50-bmg) Series Intro
  • WWII .50 BMG Anti-Tank Rifle
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  • Bohicha FAR-50 MK-III .50 BMG AR-15
  • Windrunner M96 .50 BMG rifle

7.62×51

7.62×51
.308 win


.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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.22-250 Rem
.22-250 Rem
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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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.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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.264 Win mag
.254 Win mag .264 Winchester Magnum Designed in 1959
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.256 Win mag
.256 Win mag
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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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.30-06
.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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.30 carbine
.30 carbine
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.30 Mauser
.30 Mauser
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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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.308 Steel Case
.308 Steel Case .30 cal 7.62 mm 860 m/s (2,800 ft/s) Winchester 1950s
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.308 Winchester
.308 Winchester .30 cal 7.62 mm 860 m/s (2,800 ft/s) Winchester 1950s
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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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.38-40 Win
.38-40 Win
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.38 Special
.38 Special .38 Spl
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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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.45-70
.45-70
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.45 colt
.45 colt
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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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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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.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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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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7.62×51 Ball, M80
7.62×51 Ball, M80 .30 cal 7.62 mm 860 m/s (2,800 ft/s) Winchester
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7.62×51 M62 Tracer
7.62×51 M62 Tracer .30 cal 7.62 mm 150 grain 860 m/s (2,800 ft/s) Winchester 1950s
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7.62×51 mm NATO
7.62×51 mm NATO .30 cal 7.62 mm 860 m/s (2,800 ft/s) Winchester 1950s
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7.62×51 Steel Case
Steel Case .30 cal 7.62 mm 860 m/s (2,800 ft/s) Wolf
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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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7.62×39

7.62×39
7.62×39mm

first used in the RPD machine gun

.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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.22-250 Rem
.22-250 Rem
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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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.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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.264 Win mag
.254 Win mag .264 Winchester Magnum Designed in 1959
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.256 Win mag
.256 Win mag
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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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.30-06
.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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.30 carbine
.30 carbine
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.30 Mauser
.30 Mauser
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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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.38-40 Win
.38-40 Win
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.38 Special
.38 Special .38 Spl
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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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.45-70
.45-70
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.45 colt
.45 colt
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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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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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.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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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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7.62×39 mm
7.90 mm .311″ 125 grain 2365 fps 1552 ft. lbs Soviet Union 1942
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7.62×39 Raufus
7.90 mm .311 125 grain 2365 fps 1552 ft. lbs approx Raufus made in Finland
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7.62×39 Soft Tip
7.90 mm .311 125 grain 2365 fps 1552 ft. lbs Sellier & Bellot 1942
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7.62×39 Steel Case
7.90 mm .311 125 grain 2365 fps 1552 ft. lbs Soviet Union 1942
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7.62×39 Wolf
7.90 mm .311 125 grain 2365 fps 1552 ft. lbs 1942
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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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.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 “.22 Long” with the 40-grain (2.6 g) bullet of the “.22 Extra Long”

.22 Short, .22 Long, .22 LR can all shoot from .22 extra long

Stopped being available commercially in 1935

.22 short

.22 short
Developed in 1857 for the first Smith & Wesson revolver
First American metallic cartridge
29 grain (1.88 g) bullet
or 30 grain (1.94 g) bullet

Designated the “.22 Short” in 1871
when the .22 Long cartridge was introduced