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    A couple more old-timers...and then I shall disappear,like a phantom into the mist..
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    Great stuff, Zwerge.......................!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Here are 3 more that you will not see too much. 40-65 EPPS, 40-60 MARLIN, 41 SWISS rimfire.
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    This one is a 38-56 Winchester,these haven`t been produced for a long time.
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    This cartridge was chambered in the lever action rifles of the late 1890's and up to about 1955. With some other commemoratives in the 1970's and 80's chambered in this.
    It is a slow moving originally black powder using a .379 projectile with 55gr of black powder.
    It is dimensionally very similar to the .375 Win of the late 80's.
    I have a '94 Win chambered in it from about 1934.
    Still a nice deer round.

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    Nice to see you still use one of the old-timers. Here is another one from the old days,a 40-82 Win.
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    I just sold a Sharps rifle in .40/2 1/4 or .40/70. There are so many odd, obscure, archaic rounds that have gone by the wayside in the last century or so! I have a great time finding out about others. I have a complete box of Sharps .52/100, paper patched cartridges for sale, original to about 1878 or so. The box is damaged but all ten rounds are intact and undamaged.

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    Three more obsolete cartridges,405 Winchester,33 Win. and 348 Win.
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    here`s a 30-40 Krag,35 Win. and a 30-03 US,the forerunner of the 30-06.
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    Some Newton cartridges.
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