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  2. .400 Cor-Bon - Wikipedia

    573 ft⋅lbf (777 J) Source (s): Corbon [1] The .400 Corbon ( 10.2x22mm) is an automatic pistol cartridge developed by Cor-Bon in 1997. [2] It was created to mimic the ballistics of the 10 mm Auto cartridge in a .45 ACP form factor. It is essentially a .45 ACP case, necked down to .40 caliber with a 25-degree shoulder.

  3. Caseless ammunition - Wikipedia

    Caseless ammunition ( CL ), [1] or caseless cartridge, is a configuration of weapon-cartridge that eliminates the cartridge case that typically holds the primer, propellant and projectile together as a unit. Instead, the propellant and primer are fitted to the projectile in another way so that a cartridge case is not needed, for example inside ...

  4. .22 TCM - Wikipedia

    Test barrel length: 22.75" rifle (higher velocity) and 5.0" pistol (lower velocity) The .22 TCM or 22TCM (.22, Tuason, Craig, Micromagnum) is a proprietary bottle-necked rimless cartridge created from a 5.56mm NATO / 223 Rem parent case. Developed by custom gunsmith Fred Craig and Martin Tuason, President of Rock Island Armory (RIA) Armscor.

  5. Man arrested in New York City with a gun, 8 loaded ... - AOL

    During their search of Sanson’s car, officers also found a 9-millimeter Glock, 100 rounds of ammunition, a stun gun, multiple knives, a weighted whip, an expandable baton, heavy body armor and ...

  6. New California laws that take effect July 1, 2024 - AOL

    Gun tax . This law adds a 11% state tax on firearms and ammo sold in the state starting in July 2024 — making California the only state in the U.S. to have such a tax. This tax is on top of ...

  7. MidwayUSA - Wikipedia

    MidwayUSA (formerly Ely Arms, Inc.) was a small start-up gun shop in Columbia, Missouri that opened on June 18, 1977. The business was opened by Larry Potterfield, with his next younger brother Jerry, in a 151 square metres (1,630 sq ft) metal, pole-frame building. Jerry sold his half interest to Larry in 1980 and returned home to farm.

  8. Scranton Army Ammunition Plant - Wikipedia

    Scranton Army Ammunition Plant. /  41.40417°N 75.66611°W  / 41.40417; -75.66611. The Scranton Army Ammunition Plant (SCAAP) is a United States Army Joint Munitions Command (JMC) facility that manufactures large-caliber metal projectiles and mortar projectiles for the Department of Defense. [1]

  9. List of the United States Army munitions by supply catalog ...

    The SNL was an inventory system used from 1930 to 1958 to catalog all the items the Army's Ordnance Corps issued. The AIC was used by the United States Army Ordnance Corps from January, 1942 to 1958. It listed munitions and explosives (items from SNLs P, R, S, and T), items that were considered priority issue for soldiers in combat.