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An Old-Time Cartridge..38-55

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    Three that you won`t see very often...7x61 Sharpe and Hart...6.5x54 Russian...276 Pedersen.
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    That 7x61 Sharpe and Hart looks interesting. Very steep shoulders. What's the bottom ring for and wich rifle fire this cartridge? Pedersen is good solid Danish name

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    The bottom ring on the round is what is known as a 'belted' cartridge,
    used in large bore 'magnum' rifles to provide correct headspacing,
    prevent over-insertion, and keep the bolt face against
    the bullet.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Hi,the only commercial rifle chambered for the 7x61 S&H was the Danish Schultz & Larsen.
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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    Hi,the only commercial rifle chambered for the 7x61 S&H was the Danish Schultz & Larsen.
    Makes me even prouder to be a Dane.

    Short video about the S - L company. Click the CC button in the lower right corner for translation.

    The Schultz & Larsen Rifle - YouTube

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    Thanks for that great website Datrus,very informative....Pete.
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    You're welcome zwerge. Thanks for all the nice pics.

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    .375 Weatherby...350 Rigby...8x63 Bofors.
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    Link to the 8x63 Bofors. Very interesting. Sad indeed that they converted the M/40 to the NATO 7.62 round. 8x63 Swedish Website

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    These are the R-P .22 Accelerator cartridges,I don`t believe you can buy these anymore as there would be no rifling marks on the bullets for a police ballistics test.
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