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  2. Handloading - Wikipedia

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    Handloading. Components of a modern bottleneck rifle cartridge. Top-to-bottom: Copper-jacketed bullet, smokeless powder granules, rimless brass case, Boxer primer. Handloading, or reloading, is the practice of making firearm cartridges by manually assembling the individual components ( metallic / polymer case, primer, propellant and projectile ...

  3. .475 Wildey Magnum - Wikipedia

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    The .475 Wildey Magnum was designed to be a hunting round. Cases are formed from .284 Winchester brass with the neck cut down and widened to take a .475-inch bullet, and the length is the same as the .45 Winchester Magnum. Velocity at 100 yards is equivalent to the muzzle velocity of the .44 Magnum. [2] [3] [4]

  4. FN 5.7×28mm - Wikipedia

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    The group also noted that 5.7×28mm firearms had existed for a longer period of time than 4.6×30mm firearms, and that the 5.7×28mm FN Five-seven pistol was already in production at that time, while the 4.6×30mm Heckler & Koch UCP pistol was a new concept.

  5. Speedloader - Wikipedia

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    Speedloader. A speedloader is a device used to reduce the time and effort needed to reload a firearm. Speedloaders come in a variety of forms for reloading revolvers, or the magazines used with other types of firearms such as rifles and shotguns . Generally, speedloaders are used for loading multiple chambers of a revolver simultaneously.

  6. List of handgun cartridges - Wikipedia

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    Other cartridges used in handguns. Although not originally designed for handguns, several rifle and shotgun cartridges have also been chambered in a number of large handguns, primarily in revolvers like the Phelps Heritage revolver, Century Arms revolver, Thompson/Centre Contender break-open pistol, Magnum Research BFR, and the Pfeifer Zeliska revolvers.

  7. .308 Winchester - Wikipedia

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    2,510 ft/s (770 m/s) 2,588 ft⋅lbf (3,509 J) Test barrel length: 24 in (26 in for Lapua) [1] The .308 Winchester is a smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge widely used for hunting, target shooting, police, military, and personal protection applications globally. It is similar, but not identical, to the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge.

  8. .32-20 Winchester - Wikipedia

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    The .32-20 Winchester / 7.94x33mmR , also known as .32 WCF (Winchester center fire), was the first small-game lever-action cartridge that Winchester produced. [4] It was initially introduced as a black-powder cartridge in 1882 for small-game, varmint hunting, and deer. [5] [6] Colt produced a single-action revolver chambered for this cartridge ...

  9. 9mm Winchester Magnum - Wikipedia

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    Velocity. Energy. 115 gr (7 g) MC. 1,450 ft/s (440 m/s) 537 ft⋅lbf (728 J) Source (s): SAAMI [1] The 9mm Winchester Magnum, which is also known as the 9×29mm, is a centerfire handgun cartridge developed by Winchester in the late 1970s. The cartridge was developed to duplicate the performance of the .357 S&W Magnum in an auto-pistol cartridge.