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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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    .380 auto...38 ACP...38Special...9mm Makarov...9mm Luger.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Very nice ctgs, Pete...The .38 ACP is most uncommon in Europe...Thanks for posting...
    Thanos.

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    Did not even know a .38 ACP ever existed. Odd looking 9mm. The 380 is a nifty little round. Lots modern back up pistols is still made in this caliber. Kel Tec P-3AT, Ruger LCP, Beretta, Sig 238, Diamondback DB380, and a lot more.

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    The final few...9mm Bayard (largo)...9mm Win. Mag...40 S&W...10mm auto...44 Rem. Mag....45ACP...45 Auto Rim...45 Win. Mag...45 Colt...454 Casull....The pics are a wee mixed up.
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    I love them all, Pete, but how strange is the green dye-tipped .45ACP... It looks like a big scale makarov ctg. The hstamp says M4 ? What is it ? Must not be 230 grains...
    Thanos.

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    Quote by COLT 1911A1 View Post
    I love them all, Pete, but how strange is the green dye-tipped .45ACP... It looks like a big scale makarov ctg. The hstamp says M4 ? What is it ? Must not be 230 grains...
    Thanos.
    Hi Thanos,it is the same length and weight as a standaerd round,apparently the M markings are for different service use..army,airforce,etc. and the green color denotes "export"....Pete.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    Hi Thanos,it is the same length and weight as a standaerd round,apparently the M markings are for different service use..army,airforce,etc. and the green color denotes "export"....Pete.
    How strange, Pete...It's the first time i see such a .45ACP round...Thanks for showing them all...Do you have other pistol/rev ctgs ?...
    Take care, Thanos.

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    Some more semi-obsolete rounds and a 8x57J with a different HS.
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    Here are the Italian rifle cartridges..6.5x52...7.35x52..
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    I long the day to find a sample of 7.35x52mm...The 6.5x52 Mannlicher-Carcano is common but desireable...Thanks for showing...Thanos.

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