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Faisal Maken
02-12-2010, 11:15 AM
guess what caliber bolts ? specially last left ...

Rasal.Saleh
02-12-2010, 02:54 PM
starting from right.
.22 lr
9x18 makrov
.30 tokarev
7.62x39 ak47
a bit confused could be .222 or .223
no idea about the other 3 rifle bullets
shaheen 12 gauge
and .50 bmg

Silent killerr
02-12-2010, 03:19 PM
If i am not wrong,Third one from left is 30-06, and fourth is 7mm

Denovo87
02-12-2010, 04:34 PM
First of all tell us if the last left is not a lighter ???? Lionheart bro already made quit a fool of us on this bullet/lighter thing...

Sohail
02-12-2010, 05:42 PM
hahahahahahahaha wise guy :)

AL Nasir
02-12-2010, 06:10 PM
Assalam-o-alikum
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/94/.303ammunition.jpeg/200px-.303ammunition.jpeg
According to my knowlede the bullet at S#7 from left to right is .303 Rifle Mark.1
these bullets Specification is as under:-

Case type Rimmed, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 0.311 in (7.9 mm)
Neck diameter 0.338 in (8.6 mm)
Shoulder diameter 0.401 in (10.2 mm)
Base diameter 0.460 in (11.7 mm)
Rim diameter 0.540 in (13.7 mm)
Rim thickness .064 in (1.6 mm)
Case length 2.222 in (56.4 mm)
Overall length 3.075 in (78.1 mm)
Case capacity 55.7 gr H2O (3.621 cm│)
Rifling twist 1-10 inches (250 mm)
Primer type Large rifle
Maximum pressure 49,000 psi
Maximum CUP 45,000 CUP

.303 British, or 7.7x56mmR, is a .311 inch calibre rifle and machine gun cartridge first developed in Britain as a blackpowder round put into service in December 1888 for the Lee-Metford rifle, later adapted to use cordite and then smokeless powder propellant. It was the standard British and Commonwealth military cartridge from 1889 until the 1950s when it was replaced by the 7.62x51mm NATO.

The measurement .303-inch (7.7 mm) is the nominal size of the bore measured between the lands which follows the older blackpowder nomenclature. Measured between the grooves, the nominal size of the bore is .311-inch (7.9 mm). Bores for many .303 military surplus rifles are often found ranging from around .309-inch (7.8 mm) up to .318-inch (8.1 mm). Recommended bullet diameter for standard .303 cartridges is .312-inch (7.9 mm).[2]

After that the bullet czechoslovakian 8mm mauser rifle
The 8x57mm I cartridge was designed by the German Gewehr-PrŘfungskommission (G.P.K.) (Rifle Testing Commission) for the Gewehr 1888 and later used in Mauser bolt-action rifles, machine guns, and other ordinance weapons. This cartridge was originally adopted by Germany in 1888 as the M/88 8x57 I (I stands for Infanterie or "Infantry").

Germany adopted a new version of the M/88 cartridge in 1905 as the 8x57mm IS (IS stands for 'Infanterie, Spitz(gescho▀)' or 'Infantry, Pointed (bullet)'). The 1905 pattern cartridge was the German service cartridge in both World Wars and is now known in Europe as the 8x57 IS or 8x57mm IS (C.I.P. designation) and in the USA as the 7.92x57mm IS or 8 mm Mauser (the widespread use in German military Mauser rifles caused the "Mauser" tag, though Mauser had nothing to do with the development of this cartridge). Some sources list it also as "8x67 JS", as capital letters I and J were interchangable in abbreviations at this time.
Specifications
Case type Rimless, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 8.08mm / .318 (I) and 8.20 / .323" (IS)
Neck diameter 9.08 mm (0.357 in)
Shoulder diameter 10.95 mm (0.431 in)
Base diameter 11.94 mm (0.470 in)
Rim diameter 11.95 mm (0.470 in)
Rim thickness 1.30 mm (0.051 in)
Case length 57.00 mm (2.244 in)
Overall length 82.00 mm (3.228 in)
Case capacity 4.09 cm│ (63 gr H2O)
Rifling twist 240 mm (1 in 9.45 in)
Primer type Large rifle
Maximum pressure 390 MPa (57,000 psi

Faisal Maken
06-12-2010, 10:19 AM
starting from right.
.22 lr
9x18 makrov
.30 tokarev
7.62x39 ak47
a bit confused could be .222 or .223
no idea about the other 3 rifle bullets
shaheen 12 gauge
and .50 bmg

last one is wrong .

Faisal Maken
06-12-2010, 10:20 AM
If i am not wrong,Third one from left is 30-06, and fourth is 7mm

its 8mm not 7mm and what about last on left ?

Faisal Maken
06-12-2010, 10:22 AM
Assalam-o-alikum
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/94/.303ammunition.jpeg/200px-.303ammunition.jpeg
According to my knowlede the bullet at S#7 from left to right is .303 Rifle Mark.1
these bullets Specification is as under:-

Case type Rimmed, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 0.311 in (7.9 mm)
Neck diameter 0.338 in (8.6 mm)
Shoulder diameter 0.401 in (10.2 mm)
Base diameter 0.460 in (11.7 mm)
Rim diameter 0.540 in (13.7 mm)
Rim thickness .064 in (1.6 mm)
Case length 2.222 in (56.4 mm)
Overall length 3.075 in (78.1 mm)
Case capacity 55.7 gr H2O (3.621 cm│)
Rifling twist 1-10 inches (250 mm)
Primer type Large rifle
Maximum pressure 49,000 psi
Maximum CUP 45,000 CUP

.303 British, or 7.7x56mmR, is a .311 inch calibre rifle and machine gun cartridge first developed in Britain as a blackpowder round put into service in December 1888 for the Lee-Metford rifle, later adapted to use cordite and then smokeless powder propellant. It was the standard British and Commonwealth military cartridge from 1889 until the 1950s when it was replaced by the 7.62x51mm NATO.

The measurement .303-inch (7.7 mm) is the nominal size of the bore measured between the lands which follows the older blackpowder nomenclature. Measured between the grooves, the nominal size of the bore is .311-inch (7.9 mm). Bores for many .303 military surplus rifles are often found ranging from around .309-inch (7.8 mm) up to .318-inch (8.1 mm). Recommended bullet diameter for standard .303 cartridges is .312-inch (7.9 mm).[2]

After that the bullet czechoslovakian 8mm mauser rifle
The 8x57mm I cartridge was designed by the German Gewehr-PrŘfungskommission (G.P.K.) (Rifle Testing Commission) for the Gewehr 1888 and later used in Mauser bolt-action rifles, machine guns, and other ordinance weapons. This cartridge was originally adopted by Germany in 1888 as the M/88 8x57 I (I stands for Infanterie or "Infantry").

Germany adopted a new version of the M/88 cartridge in 1905 as the 8x57mm IS (IS stands for 'Infanterie, Spitz(gescho▀)' or 'Infantry, Pointed (bullet)'). The 1905 pattern cartridge was the German service cartridge in both World Wars and is now known in Europe as the 8x57 IS or 8x57mm IS (C.I.P. designation) and in the USA as the 7.92x57mm IS or 8 mm Mauser (the widespread use in German military Mauser rifles caused the "Mauser" tag, though Mauser had nothing to do with the development of this cartridge). Some sources list it also as "8x67 JS", as capital letters I and J were interchangable in abbreviations at this time.
Specifications
Case type Rimless, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 8.08mm / .318 (I) and 8.20 / .323" (IS)
Neck diameter 9.08 mm (0.357 in)
Shoulder diameter 10.95 mm (0.431 in)
Base diameter 11.94 mm (0.470 in)
Rim diameter 11.95 mm (0.470 in)
Rim thickness 1.30 mm (0.051 in)
Case length 57.00 mm (2.244 in)
Overall length 82.00 mm (3.228 in)
Case capacity 4.09 cm│ (63 gr H2O)
Rifling twist 240 mm (1 in 9.45 in)
Primer type Large rifle
Maximum pressure 390 MPa (57,000 psi

thanks for nice info.

aschandio
14-01-2011, 10:56 AM
Faisal bhai some sort of quiz is going on .....

Arslan_tareen
14-01-2011, 01:39 PM
hmm guessing but is it russian .57 (14.5x114) used for anti aircraft rule or some time as anti material rifle .? or a doshuka round ?

Ahmad82
15-08-2012, 09:47 AM
.308 Bolt Action Rifle is Good For Hunting ?

Enigmatic Desires
16-08-2012, 02:22 AM
It depends on what U are hunting :)