Discussion in 'Firearms & Ammunition' started by TTundra, Jun 28, 2016.
375 flanged and 375 Ruger?
The one on the right is indeed 375 Flanged, BZ mate. The other isn't 375 Ruger though...
closest thing I can find in the manual is 376 steyr
And you'd be right! Always thought the 376 should have been more popular.
though I dont own one of these this is the single weirdest cartdrige I have ever seen, so use google all you want its a bonus point. (i did pull the image from google images so if you search by image it will take away all the fun)
I HAD to cheat. How did you ever come across that one?
got pretty deep in google lol
I couldn't remember the calibre but could remember it was a Schubarth, so I googled Schubarth cartridge (honest that's all) and I can now say it is a .58 Schubarth.
yep that didnt take long haha it was so strange i couldnt pass it up though.
The word "obscure" doesn't even begin to describe that one.
Yeah it is one hell of a weird fish! Always interesting to see how far we have come
Another off google. Very weird one. very interesting also.
Military A/P. But which one?
It's a classic European calibre...
Any possibility it is an 8mm Anti-tank round?
Ah. You may be on to something there. I'm pretty sure it's not much bigger than that.
I believe it is German. IIRC they played with some "Hyper-velocity" stuff before they developed the 13mm AT rifle.
You'd be right Drhall. It's the 7.92x94 Patronen; 225gr at 4000fps. I would imagine penetration on game would be adequate
The 7.92x107 is interesting also.
Try this one, .470NE on left and 16oz Shiner on the right. Lol it was developed as a sporting cartridge.
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