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Schwarzlose Model 1898

The Schwarzlose Model 1898 was a full-size, locked-breech, rotary-bolt, semi-automatic pistol invented by Prussian firearm designer Andreas Wilhelm Schwarzlose. It was chambered for cartridges such as the 7.65×25mm Borchardt and 7.63×25mm Mauser. ...


7.65×21mm Parabellum firearms


7.65×53mm Mauser firearms


7.92×94mm Patronen

The 7.92×94mm is an anti-tank cartridge originally developed for the Panzerbuchse 38. As the war progressed, the round became obsolete against all but lightly armored vehicles.


7.92×33mm Kurz firearms


7.92×57mm Mauser firearms


8 mm caliber

This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 8-to-9-millimetre caliber range. OAL refers to the overall length of the loaded cartridge. Length refers to the empty cartridge case length. All measurements are in mm in.


Gewehr 1888

The Gewehr 88 was a late 19th-century German bolt action rifle, adopted in 1888. The invention of smokeless powder in the late 19th century immediately rendered all of the large-bore black powder rifles then in use obsolete. To keep pace with the ...


Modele 1892 revolver

The Model 1892 revolver also known as the "Lebel revolver" and the "St. Etienne 8mm" is a French service revolver produced by Manufacture darmes de Saint-Etienne as a replacement for the MAS 1873 revolver. It was the standard issue sidearm for of ...


Rast & Gasser M1898

180.000 copies were produced by the firm Leopold Gasser Waffenfabrik in Vienna from 1898 to 1912. The M1898 was planned to be replaced in the Austro-Hungarian cavalry by the Roth–Steyr M1907, and in the infantry by the Steyr M1912, prior to the o ...


Roth–Steyr M1907

The Roth–Steyr M1907, or, more accurately Roth-Krnka M.7 was a semi-automatic pistol issued to the Austro-Hungarian kaiserliche und konigliche Armee cavalry during World War I. It was the first adoption of semi-automatic service pistol by the lan ...


8×22mm Nambu firearms


8×50mmR Lebel firearms


8×50mmR Mannlicher firearms


8×59mm RB Breda firearms


Astra 400

The Astra modelo 400 was a Spanish service pistol produced by weapons manufacturer Astra-Unceta y Cia SA. as a replacement for the Campo-Giro 1913/1916, which had also been chambered in 9mm Largo. It was the standard issue sidearm in the Spanish ...


Astra A-80

The Astra A-80 is a double-action, semi-automatic pistol at one time produced in Spain by Astra-Unceta y Cia SA. The design is similar to the SIG Sauer P220 and features a decocking lever.


Bergmann–Bayard pistol

The Bergmann Mars was produced in 1901, and was the first Bergmann design aimed squarely at the military market, with a comparatively powerful 9×23mm Bergmann round. It aroused the interest of a number of armies and was the subject of several tri ...



The JO.LO.AR. was a semi-automatic pistol of Spanish origin and is chambered in various calibres. It is a development of the Extractor Model Sharpshooter pistol and was manufactured from 1924 by Bonifacio Echeveria STAR, with patent by J. Lopez d ...


Brugger & Thomet VP9 Silenced Pistol

The Brugger & Thomet VP9 is a bolt action, magazine fed, integrally-suppressed pistol created by Brugger & Thomet for use as a veterinary pistol for putting down sick and wounded animals, with B&T creating a manual with diagrams as to where t ...


Onorati SMG

The weapon was designed by Umberto Onorati; very little other information about the weapon is available. As no pictures of the weapon exist, it can be assumed that the weapon never advanced past prototype stages. The Onorati used a dual-bolt syst ...


Terry Carbine

The Wilkinson Terry Carbine is a semi-automatic, blow-back operated, carbine chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. It was manufactured by Wilkinson Arms from 1970 to 1998. It featured a cone-shaped flash hider and either wood or synthetic furniture. Af ...


9mm Parabellum machine pistols


9mm Parabellum revolvers


.50 Beowulf

The cartridge utilizes a rebated rim, sized to match the rim of the 7.62×39mm and 6.5mm Grendel rounds. The case body is very similar in dimensions to the.500 S&W Magnum revolver cartridge, being slightly longer and fully tapered for automati ...



The.510 DTC EUROP is a French rifle cartridge developed by Eric Danis in order to comply with firearms legislation of.50 BMG rifles in Europe. In response to the.50 Caliber BMG Regulation Act of 2004, which banned future sales of.50 BMG shoulder- ...



The ASh-12.7 battle rifle is a dedicated CQB/Urban Operations weapon, developed by TsKIB SOO, a subsidiary of the KBP Instrument Design Bureau of Tula, Russia, by request from the Russian FSB. The weapon was designed with extreme short-range stop ...



EXACTO, an acronym of EX treme AC curacy T asked O rdnance, is a sniper rifle firing smart bullets being developed for DARPA by Lockheed Martin and Teledyne Scientific & Imaging in November 2008. The new.50 BMG gun and improved scope could employ ...


.50 BMG firearms


12.7 mm sniper rifles


12.7×81 mm firearms


12.7×108 mm firearms


14.5×114mm anti-materiel rifles


14.5×114mm machine guns


14.5×114mm sniper rifles


20 mm caliber

20 mm refers to a common firearms bore diameter, typically used for cannon or autocannons. 20 mm cartridges have an outside bullet diameter and inside barrel diameter of 0.787 inches. Projectiles are typically 75 to 127 mm long. Cartridge cases a ...


20×110mm USN

The 20×110mm USN is autocannon cartridge developed by the US Navy after World War II for use in Mk 11 and Mk 12 autocannon. They are called the Mk 100 series as they range from Mk 101 to Mk 109. It has the same rim diameter as the 20×102mm but a ...



The 23×115mm round is used by Soviet /Russian/CIS aircraft autocannon, most notably by the GSh-23L and GSh-6-23. Although the round has been superseded by the 30×165mm round, the Russian Air Force still uses it in the GSh-23L and GSh-6-23. This r ...



The 23×152mmB used by the USSR/CIS in the VYa-23 aircraft autocannon the Ilyushin Il-2 ground attack aircraft and in the 2A7 and 2A14 autocannons on the ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft gun series and ZSU-23-4 "Shilka", among others. Note that the ammunitio ...


25 mm caliber

The 25 mm caliber is a specific size of cannon or autocannon ammunition. It has also been recently used for the Barrett XM109 anti-material rifle. Such ammunition includes the NATO-standard 25×137mm and 25×184mm rounds, Soviet 25x218mmSR, as well ...


30 mm caliber

The 30 mm caliber is a specific size of autocannon ammunition. Such ammunition includes NATO standard 30×113mmB, 30×173mm, and 35x228mm NATO rounds, Soviet 30×165mm, 30x210mmB, and 37×250mm, Yugoslav 30x192mm, and Czechoslovak 30x210mmCz rounds w ...



The 37 x 145 mmR was a series of rimmed-case, fixed-ammunition cannon shells for use in the 37mm Browning M4 autocannon. The rapid strides in aircraft protection made it necessary to develop an aircraft weapon that would fire projectiles with gre ...


125 mm smoothbore ammunition

The following is a list of ammunition fired by the 125 mm smoothbore gun series used in the T-64, T-72, T-80, M-84, T-90, PT-91, T-14 Armata, and other tanks derived from those designs, as well as the 2A45 Sprut anti-tank gun.


.950 JDJ

.950 JDJ cases are approximately 70 mm in length, and are based on a 20×110mm case shortened and necked up to accept the.950 in 24.1 mm bullet. Projectiles are custom-made and most commonly weigh 3.600 grains 230 g which is 8.2 ounces or over hal ...


M-940 20mm MPT-SD Round

The M-940 is a 20 mm round produced by General Dynamics primarily for an anti-aircraft role. It has a range of over 2.000 metres and a multi-purpose warhead with high explosive and incendiary effects. The round includes a red tracer to aid in tar ...


Mine shell (projectile)

A mine shell is a military shell type characterized by thin walls and a correspondingly high payload of explosives. Originally used to attack fortifications, it is today mainly used against aircraft, both in ground-based and airborne weaponry.


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