Have you contributed to human knowledge by uploading images of your uncommon, rare and wildcat cartridges to the public forum?
.5 x 52mm Carcano
6.5 x 55mm
aka: 6.5×55 Swedish, 6,5 × 55 SE, 6.5×55mm Swedish Mauser, 6.5×55mm Mauser, 6.5×55mm Krag
6.5x55 is hardly rare... It may happen to be one of my favorite cartridges.
(fantastic cartridge for larger, western deer btw)
aka, ze "Triple Deuce" or "Triple Two"
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.32 S&W short
soft point, jacketed, and round nosed 6.5x52mm carcano
I really like ammo pics, but your thread would be so much better if you posted pictures for something bigger than an ant.
Lost them all in the great reformat of '15. I had hundreds actual high res ammo pics. none of this 500x500 horseshit.
OP here. Done with all my rare stuff.
Well once you've identified the 22short, 22lr, and the 22 magnum, that only leaves 22 hornet.
I'm hijacking your thread OP, take your low resolution shit back to 1999
Massad Ayoob, Col. Cooper, and I will take our oldfag shit to the bench.
Wish I could find 22 short again, I have 1 rifle that shoots it like hot butter. Nothing like loading up 22 rounds of shorts in a magazine and shooting like you're a stealth operator.
Fucking fudds see a box of 22 anything and buy it all. 22-250, 22wsm, 22cb, doesn't matter.
.38-55 Winchester, probably from the '50s, manufactured by C-I-L/Dominion. Found digging around behind my cabin.
I will castrate you chemically if this doesn't work.
Cartridge collecting is a passion of mine but I rarely encounter others interested in the subject outside of the IAA. I've added a number of photos and data to Wiki articles.
Here is an example of the original M.1924 7.5mm French cartridge. Since it was slightly longer than the 7.92mm Mauser which was widespread through French inventories post-WWI, the danger existed of a Mauser cartridge inadvertently being chambered and fired in a 7.5mm weapon. To prevent this, the case was shortened by 4mm to create the M.1929 7.5mm cartridge.
I'm too oldfag to master the newfagled ways of *chans