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Small arms ammunition (SAA) ranges in size from the ubiquitous .22 rimfire to the truly gargantuan 700 nitro express elephant gun. And just about every size in between. The calibres, types, headstamps, experimentals, unknowns and hairbrained variations are legion. Technically speaking small arms ammunition actually encompasses ammunition up to 25.4mm in calibre. But realistically speaking not even Arnold Schwartzenegger fires one of those calibres from the hip or shoulder.
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Gyrojet projectiles Viewed: 2869 Times


This item is a throwback to the early days of ammunition development. it is similar to a projectile called a "Volcanic". It too wasn't successful.
Created on: Jun 14, 2006
  Gyrojet projectiles

An Introduction to Belgian SAA
A brief look at Belgian SAA.
Created on: Jun 19, 2006

German and Austrian headstamp codes. Viewed: 21288 Times


A tabular presentation of the codes used on German and Austrian cartridges.
Created on: Jun 20, 2006
  German and Austrian headstamp codes

Introduction to .32 revolver cartridges Viewed: 4785 Times
This section looks at those cartridges of .32 calibre for use in revolvers.
Created on: Jul 02, 2006
Introduction to .32 Revolver cartridges

An introduction to the .380 Auto cartridge Viewed: 5997 Times


A closer look at the .380 auto cartridge group.
Created on: Nov 12, 2007
  Introduction to the .380 automatic cartridge

An introduction to the .22 cartridge Viewed: 3521 Times
A look a the huge range of .22 cartridges available.
Created on: Jul 02, 2006
Introduction to the .22 cartridge

Austrian 8x50R Mannlicher Viewed: 6153 Times


This cartridge was adopted by Austria-Hungary in 1886 and used until 1930.
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
  Austrian 8x50R Mannlicher

Austrian 11mm Werndl Viewed: 2321 Times
Adopted by Austria in 1873 this cartridge was originally used in a single shot weapon but was later applied to a repeating rifle.
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
Austrian 11mm Werndl carbine

Austro-Hungarian 11.2 Gasser revolver Viewed: 2757 Times


This cartridge was used in an improved model of the M1882 Gasser revolver and served until the 1920s.
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
  Austro-Hungarian 11.2mm Gasser revolver

Austro-Hungarian 11.3mm Gasser revolver Viewed: 3070 Times
This cartridge was the forerunner to the 11.2mm Gasser. Unfortunately the dimensions are the same as those of the M1867 carbine and they sometimes get mixed up causing accidents. It is sometimes known as the "Montenegrin"
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
Austro-Hungarian 11.3mm Gasser

British 30-06 Viewed: 4803 Times


The British commenced making this cartridge in 1918 and continued making it until 1980.
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
  British .30-06

British 50-70 line thrower Viewed: 2465 Times
A line throwing cartridge made from an American 47-70 case and used during WWI
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
British .50-70 Line thrower cartridge

Basic headstamp list for SAA Viewed: 12609 Times


This is a work in progress, if you have amendments let us know and we will insert them in later editions.
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
  Basic headstamp list for SAA

German 7.92x107 anti-tank Viewed: 3477 Times
This cartridge was developed in 1913 for use in an anti-tank rifle. I was used by the Germans during WWII
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
German 7.92x107 Polish anti-tank

Austrian 8mm Solothurn Viewed: 2960 Times


This cartridge was designed for use in the Solothurn S2-200 machine gun.
Created on: Nov 11, 2007
  Austrian 8mm Solothurn

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