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List of rifle cartridges

2.1.1 Smaller than .30 caliber; 2.1.2 .30 caliber – .39 caliber; 2.1.3 .40 caliber ..... Originally adapted from Hawks Rifle Cartridges; Some cartridge info can be ...

Basic Bullet Guide | Gun Noob

For most handgun rounds, the number is the diameter, in inches, of the bullet. That means that a .40 caliber bullet, for example, is .4 inches across. When you ...

Use This Rifle Caliber Chart to Pick the Right Ammo for Hunting

May 14, 2014 ... Understanding calibers, styles, weights and grades in ammunition can be confusing. Here's a guide to help you choose the right rifle ammo for ...

Sub-Silent Suppressors | Bullet Caliber Comparison Charts x 58

This chart below is ideal for comparing bullet calibres, cartridges and projectiles. ... If going from metric to imperial, you divide the caliber by 25.4 (eg.

Rifle Ammunition - Internet Armory

A chart is provided which depicts the best rifle calibers and cartridges for ... The following chart depicts caliber/bullet recommendations for various game animals:  ...

What is Caliber? Bullet sizes explained - Guns & Ammo Info

Understanding bullet calibers, bullet sizes and the difference between them. Bullet caliber refers to the size, or diameter of the bullet.

Ammunition Sizes

Ammunition comes in different lengths, shapes, and diameters depending on the ... 22 Hornet and 222 Remington use a .22 caliber bullet but use a centerfire ...

Ballistic Chart - Hornady Manufacturing, Inc -

Click to download a Ballistic Chart (PDF) Metric Ballistic Chart Standard ... Calculator to help you choose the most effective cartridge/bullet combination for any ...

Compare Rifle Ammo Sizes & Power

This tool allows you to compare rifle ammo sizes, power, speed, energy, and more. Click on the ammo ... Generate Drop Chart for Specific Ammo and Caliber  ...

Bullet Caliber Comparison Chart - Shooting Range - The Briefing Room

Nah, nothing - well, almost nothing - is too hard to handle with forum BBCode! Just add the desired dimension(s) as parameters in the opening ...

Popular Q&A
Q: What Is the Difference Between Bullet Calibers?
A: .357 Sig, .357 Magnum, & .38 Special. These three bullets are all similar in size. The .357 Sig is .355 inch in diameter. A .357 Magnum and .38 Special are both... Read More »
Q: How to Identify Bullet Casing Caliber.
A: 1. Identify the casing of the bullet. This is the lower half of the bullet, usually a brass or copper color. 2. Turn the bullet so the bottom of the casing is f... Read More »
Q: What is the value of a 50 caliber bullet?
A: It depends. A box of 10 .50 BMG cartridges are something like $25 or $30. .50 AE is much cheaper. There are also other types of 50 caliber ammo and bullets. Read More »
Q: What caliber are the bullets?
A: I am unable to see your history. What type of bullets are you wondering about? The ... Read More »
Q: What caliber bullet killed JFK?
A: While conspiracy fans still argue, the official report said that JFK was killed with a 6.5 mm Carcano, a surplus Italian military rifle. Read More »