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An Old-Time Cartridge..38-55

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    Zwerge has a impressive collection of old round. They very much show the evolution of different types of ammunition. What is with the "Austrian"? Is the primer missing? Maybe a unfinished reload? Keep posting Zwerge.
    Hi Datrus,I think the Austrian was just a dummy someone made up from a new case.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    8x56R for Steyr 95...8x50R Lebel...8x52R siamese...the last round was fireformed from a Russian 7.62x54R case.
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    Nice rounds Pete...Keep on showing...
    Take care...

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    Japanese 6.5x50 semi-rimmed...7.7x58 rimless for rifles...7.7x58 semi-rimmed for machineguns...these are not obsolete,but for some reason the Japanese quit making them in 1945.
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    First time to see mg jap rounds......
    Keep on showing, they're cool...
    Thanos.

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    here`s some 8mm sporting cartridges.
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    Some 9mm sporting cartridges....9x57...9.3x57...9.3x62...9.3x64...9. 3x74R.
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    Some metric 7mm`s.
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    A few more metric sporting cartridges.
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    Here`s a 7.92x57 incendiary round made by Kynoch for the Besa MG`s in British tanks.
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