MISCELLANEOUS

Various cartridge groups which don't fit into the other categories

EARLY 25+mm MG / AUTO CANNON CARTRIDGES  

25x88R (replica 1 inch Gatling), 25x94R (1 inch Nordenfelt), 25x87R (1 inch Vickers), 25.4x87 (Revelli-FIAT), 37x94R (Hotchkiss and Maxim), 37x69R (Vickers 1 Pr Mk III), 37x136R (US Naval "Heavy One Pounder") 37x101SR (Sockelflak), 37x120R (Winchester rotary), 37x123R (Vickers 1 Pr), 40x158R (Vickers 2 Pr), 37x190 (1 Pr COW gun)

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MISCELLANEOUS AMMUNITION

AMENDED 29 DECEMBER 2016

From left to right: 40x107R (RN "High Angle" AA training guns, also used in WW2 harbour patrol craft), 37x200R (French "Tube canon" sub-calibre training, also used in WW1 aircraft guns with incendiary projectile shown), 47x131R 2 pr (UK Hotchkiss naval), 47x376R 3 pr (UK Hotchkiss naval), 57x307R 6 pr 8 cwt  (UK Hotchkiss naval, practice), 57x224R (Belgian - for the gun used in the WW1 A7V tank as shown, repP), 53x176R Gruson (German WW1 fortress gun), 57x303R M18 (US recoilless AT), 57x93RB AGS-57 (Russian expl automatic grenade launcher, repA)

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EXPERIMENTAL CASE TYPES (ALL USA)

NEW 29 DECEMBER 2016

From left to right: 20x87 caseless, 20x171 Dardick Tround, 20x140 Cased-Telescoped, 25x145 neckless part-polymer case, 25x152 Cased-Telescoped Combustible case for GAU-7 aircraft gun (with projectile alongside), 30x166 AMCAWS tapered CT, 30x152 Hughes Lockless, 30x200 Folded

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BRITISH 6 PR AMMUNITION

NEW 29 DECEMBER 2016

From left to right: 57x307R 6 pr 8 cwt naval, 6 pr 6 cwt WW1 tank, 57x464R 6 pr 10 cwt "Twin Six" WW2 coast defence and naval gun, 57x441R 6 pr 7 cwt AP (WW2 tank/anti-tank and Molins naval and aircraft guns), 57x441R 6 pr 7 cwt APCBC, 57x441R 6 pr 7 cwt APDS (repP), 57x441R 6 pr 7 cwt HE (postwar pattern), 57x515R 6 pr 6 cwt expl WW2/postwar automatic AA gun.

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REPLICA WW2 AXIS HMG/CANNON CARTRIDGES   

13x77B, 13x91 (Breda), 13x94 (PzB; interim between 13x92SR and 7.92x94 PzB), 13x100B, 13x105, 15x135 (20/15mm Polte), 20x135 (Polte), 20x138RB, 24x138B (the 20x138B necked out), 30x91 (MK 212: Mauser's rival to the MK 108), 30x110B.

These are all WW2 experimental cartridges (nearly all German) which have been reconstructed from factory drawings (although the projectiles are genuine). Any more detailed information about these rounds would be welcomed.

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SECTIONED HMG/ATR ROUNDS   

7.92x94 (German Panzerbuchse ATR), 12.7x99 (.50 inch APT), 12.7x99 (experimental APDS), 13.9x99B (.55 inch Boys ATR - note cordite propellant) 14.5x114 (Russian ATR/HMG AP)

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SECTIONED CANNON ROUNDS   

20x80RB (MG-FF API), 20x82 (MG 151/20 M-Geschoss), 20x102 (M39/61 APCR), 20x128 (Oerlikon KAA APHE), 20x128 (Oerlikon KAA HE), 20x138B (FlaK/KwK 30/38 AP), 20x138B (FlaK/KwK 30/38 HE), 23x106 (Madsen HE), 30x113B (ADEN HE), 30x170 (Rarden APDS), 35mm (Oerlikon APDS projectile), 37mm (FlaK 18/36/37/43 HE projectile, 37x263B (Flak 18/etc AP
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SPOTTING CARTRIDGES   

 Cartridges developed to match the trajectories of large-calibre weapons, for sub-calibre training and/or for sighting purposes. Most of the bullets had tracers and/or were designed to flash on impact.

7.65x21 (Erika Pak 75), 7.92x24.5 (Portuguese), 7.62x25 (Instalaza), 7.62x27 (Swiss), 7.62x33 (Argentine), 7.5x55R (Swiss), 7.62x24 (Portuguese), 9x51 (SMAW Mk 217),  10x43B (US XM75), 12.7x76 (.50 Spotter), 12.7x99 (British .50 BMG for use in Centurion tank), 14.5x21R (artillery trainer), 14.5x51R (artillery trainer), 15x99 (USA), 15.2x120 (15mm XM122 USA), 20x22R (Netherlands), 20x45R (USA), 20x126 case (XM101 for Davy Crockett)

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GRENADE ROUNDS 

AMENDED 7 NOVEMBER 2014

20x30B (South Korean K-11, repA), 20x42B (South African PAW 20, repA), 25x40B (US XM25, repA), 25x59B (US XM307, ATK LW25, repA), 30x29B (Russian VOG-17 series: AGS-17, AGS-30 AGLs etc), 35mm Caseless (Chinese DFS10 UBGL, repA), 35x32SR (Chinese DFJ 87 AGL, repA), 40mm Caseless (Russian: latest version of VOG-25 low velocity for UGLs, repA), 40mm Balkan Caseless (Russian AGL, repA), 40x53SR (US/NATO HV for AGLs), 40x46SR (US/NATO LV for UBGLs etc)

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SIGNAL/SMOKE ROUNDS   

25x70R (L5A1 star), 25x109R (message container), 33x123R (flare), 38x125R (smoke), 38x190R (USCG flare)

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BATON ROUNDS  

AMENDED 10 JULY 2013 

37x122R (rubber bullet round), 37x122R (L5A4 plastic baton round), 37x104R (L21A1 plastic baton round), 37x104R (current L60A1 AEP), 37x112RB (37mm Arwen round - now made in Canada and USA), 40x46SR (sponge baton), 40x46SR (plastic baton), 43x30 (Russian VG-93 - actually a TP round but the solid plastic projectile would make a good baton!), 44x83R (French Flash-Ball), 56mm projectile (SAE Alsetex)

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