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  2. .225 Winchester - Wikipedia

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    The .225 Winchester was chambered in factory rifles by Winchester (Models 70 and 670) and Savage (Model 340). All commercially produced rifles chambered in .225 Winchester were turn-bolt or break actions. Winchester ceased producing rifles chambered in .225 Winchester in 1971, however seasonal production of loaded ammunition and brass continues ...

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

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    It was used for pistol and submachine gun ammunition and held 2,000 rounds in cartons (100 x 20-round cartons or 40 x 50-round cartons). It could also be used to hold 960 rounds of Caliber .30 ammo (48 x 20-round cartons) or 240 rounds of Caliber .50 (24 x 10-round cartons) ammo.

  4. List of most-produced firearms - Wikipedia

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    List of most-produced firearms This page lists more than 100 small arms designs which have been produced in numbers exceeding one million since the late 18th century. Many more types have been made in the hundreds of thousands. Many of the firearms on this list are military weapons which were used during both World Wars, so it is unsurprising that they were manufactured in such high numbers ...

  5. Caseless ammunition - Wikipedia

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    Caseless ammunition is an attempt to reduce the weight and cost of ammunition by dispensing with the case, which is typically precision made of brass or steel, as well as to simplify the operation of repeating guns by eliminating the need to extract and eject the empty case after firing. [2]

  6. Gun laws in the United States by state - Wikipedia

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    Gun laws in the United States regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition. State laws (and the laws of the District of Columbia and of the U.S. territories) vary considerably, and are independent of existing federal firearms laws, although they are sometimes broader or more limited in scope than the federal laws.

  7. List of 5.56×45mm NATO firearms - Wikipedia

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    List of 5.56×45mm NATO firearms The table below gives a list of firearms that can fire the 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge, first developed and used in the late 1970s for the M16 rifle, which to date, is the most widely produced weapon in this caliber. [1] Not all countries that use weapons chambered in this caliber are in NATO .

  8. List of rifle cartridges - Wikipedia

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    List of rifle cartridges List of rifle cartridges, by primer type, calibre and name.

  9. Gun laws in Oregon - Wikipedia

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    Gun laws in Oregon regulate the manufacture, sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the state of Oregon in the United States.