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An Old-Time Cartridge..38-55

Article about: A couple more old-timers...and then I shall disappear,like a phantom into the mist..

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    The .221 Remington Fireball,with it`s larger cousins.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    A box of 7.62x45mm clipped ammo for the Czech M52 rifle....Pete.
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    A clip of cartridges for the Swiss Schmidt-Rubin rifle.
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    A good rifle and so is the K31. The "straight pull" operation of the bolt is quite nice.

    Question: Why is some rifle rounds called "ball" when there is not much ball to them Just saw it again on the M52 ammo box.

    Cheers Pete mate

    Lars

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    Hi Lars,as I understand ,the original projectiles were round balls in muzzleloaders. Nowadays any solid bullet like FMJ are classed as ball ammo,but I`ve been wrong before....how`s your little darlin` doing,still playing with grenades?....Pete.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    I understand but now they are long and pointed

    She is doing great my friend I am still in Germany with her and my wife, but when i come back to Russia i should be able to get out and dig up some more "toys".

    Regards, Lars

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    Another old timer from 1881,used by Norway & Sweden,it`s the 10.15x61Rmm Jarmann.....Pete.
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    I just got this one,a 577/450 Martini -Henry cartridge.
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    Another old timer from 1870,10.4x47Rmm Italian Vetterli M70.
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    Just wondering zwerge, does the writing in marker on the case of the rounds subtract from the value?

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