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    Found this very interesting .45 ACP Round (on the Right) with Headstamp (FN .45 *). Despite my utmost efforts I was not abel to find any further info about this cartridge. So the interesting thing about it is the design of the Extractor Notch. Its way smaller than what you would normally find on modern .45 rounds. Secondly the Primer too is way smaller in dia.





    And below are the 12 Gauge Cartridges I came in possession recently.

    (Left) 12 Gauge No 6 SGDG Gevelot Metal Brevete
    (Center) 12 Gauge (Iranian UQAB)
    (Right) 12 Gauge (PAWAM PIONKI) Made in Poland





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    Long time, Jibs. Good to see your informative posts, sadly i cant see the pictures.

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    Glad to hear from you, Shahroze dear. I did send you messages on Whatsapp but didnt get any reply. Anyways, I hope things have been good at your end. Stay Blessed.

    PS: Let me see what the issue could be wrt the pics being invisible.
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    The pics are now visible at my end good sir.. Its been a long time. Good to have you back.
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    Thanks ED. Glad to be back.
    Here is something which will interest you even more. Its my Great Grandfather's Webley WG ARMY in .455/476 calibre. That means it shoots both the Webley .455 as well as the .476 Enfield. I even have with it the license of my Great Grandfather which was issued in February 1948. It was his service revolver and I was told that even till mid 70s he would carry it in its shoulder strap holster. And yes its genuine shoulder strap holster is as clean as it gets. The barrel is in superb condition with no pitting or rust anywhere and the grooves are very well defined. The outer metal surface has the usual patina in some areas. Someone upon seeing it suggested that I should restore it; which I am not considering even in the remotest of my dreams. Anyways here are the pics.



    The genuine shoulder strap holster.



    The barrel length on this model is 6 inch.





    It has the signature "Bird Beak" style grips on them.






    All the cylinders are spanking clean. There is no play in the cylinder when the hammer is locked back to fire.



    The Webley Patent markings


    Also the markings of FLYING BULLET (Bullet with Wings) are clearly visible.



    Under the barrel the markings of .455/476 indicating the calibre.






    Last edited by Jibz; 09-04-2020 at 12:11 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Thanks ED. Glad to be back.
    Here is something which will interest you even more. Its my Great Grandfather's Webley WG ARMY in .455/476 calibre. That means it shoots both the Webley .455 as well as the .476 Enfield. I even have with it the license of my Great Grandfather which was issued in February 1948. It was his service revolver and I was told that even till mid 70s he would carry it in its shoulder strap holster. And yes its genuine shoulder strap holster is as clean as it gets. The barrel is in superb condition with no pitting or rust anywhere and the grooves are very well defined. The outer metal surface has the usual patina in some areas. Someone upon seeing it suggested that I should restore it; which I am not considering even in the remotest of my dreams. Anyways here are the pics.
    Its a gem no doubt haji seb...... Would love to see it in person, IN SHA ALLAH
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    The family of .22

    Stay blessed, Fraz dear.
    For sure you will get to see it, inshAllah, when you visit next. Cheers

    The .22 Calibers in my collection:

    1. .22 Acorn (Blanks)
    2. .22 BB Cap (Bulleted Breech Cap)
    3. .22 Short (Headstamp H)
    4. .297/.230 Morris Short- 40 grain bullet
    5. .22 LR
    6. .22 Remington Peters
    7. 5.45x18mm MPTs (7N7)
    8. .297/.230 Morris Long- 40 grain bullet
    9. .22 Extra Long (Headstamp ◊)
    10. .22 Win Mag
    11. .22 TCM
    12. 5.7x28mm FN
    13. 5.75 Velo Dog 43 grain (GFL)
    14. .22 Hornet
    15. 5.6x35R Vierling (PS)
    16. 5.45x39mm
    17. .222 Remington aka Triple Deuce aka triple two, aka treble two
    18. .223 (Norma)
    19. 5.56x45mm – M855A1- Armor Piercing
    20. 5.6x50 Magnum
    21. .22-250 Remington - .22 Varminter - .22 Wotkyns Original Swift. (Norma)
    22. .22 Savage High Power (5.6 x 52R)





    PS: I do have a .220 Swift aka 5.56x56mmSR as well, but somehow forgot to add it in the above picture.
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    Salam all.

    @ Jibz
    very nice collection and informative post roor.
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    You are right Jibbz Bhai. It definitely does interest me more. There is nothing quite like a well tuned revolver. Unless of course, the revolver is an old family heirloom, which makes it even better
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    Here is something which will interest you even more. Its my Great Grandfather's Webley WG ARMY in .455/476 calibre. That means it shoots both the Webley .455 as well as the .476 Enfield. I even have with it the license of my Great Grandfather which was issued in February 1948. It was his service revolver and I was told that even till mid 70s he would carry it in its shoulder strap holster. And yes its genuine shoulder strap holster is as clean as it gets. The barrel is in superb condition with no pitting or rust anywhere and the grooves are very well defined. The outer metal surface has the usual patina in some areas. Someone upon seeing it suggested that I should restore it; which I am not considering even in the remotest of my dreams. Anyways here are the pics.
    never seen this one roor... will visit you soon Inshallah.
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    The splendid 9s in all Sizes and Shapes

    Yes, the 9mm comes in all sizes and shapes.



    1. .38 S&W (Blank) (9mm x 17 - Sport)
    2. 9mm Galland
    3. 9mm Pinfire (Lefaucheux Cartridge)
    4. .38 S&W (Kynoch) Lead Bullet
    5. .38 S&W (Norma- NP 65)
    6. .380 ACP- .380 Auto – 9mm Browning – 9mm Kurz – 9x17mm – 9mm Short (GFL 1938)
    7. .380 ACP- .380 Auto – 9mm Browning – 9mm Kurz – 9x17mm – 9mm Short (FN *)
    8. 9x18mm Makarov
    9. 9x19mm JHP (S&B)
    10. 9x19mm (Steel Core) (9M 38F 1944)
    11. 9x19mm (GFL Parabellum 9) (Strange Bullet Design)
    12. 9×20mm Browning Long (* GFL * 9)
    13. .38 Short RimFire (No Headstamp Lead Bullet Brass Case)
    14. .38 Super aka .38 Superauto (38 Eley)
    15. .38 ACP aka .38 Auto aka 9x23mmSR (.38 Kynoch)
    16. 9x25mm Mauser Export (DWM K 487 K)
    17. .38 Special Wadcutter (WW)
    18. .38 Special HP- Federal +P (Nyclad) 125 Grain
    19. .38 Special FC JHP 129 Grain Hydra Shok
    20. .357 Magnum IMI
    21. .358 Winchester (.358 Norma Re)
    22. 9x57mm Mauser (Kynoch 9mm M)
    23. 9x56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (Kynoch 9mm MS) Soft Point
    24. .35 Winchester (.35 W Kynoch) (Its Separate than .35 Win SL and .351 Win SL)’
    25. .400/360 Nitro Express (2-3/4" case) Kynoch, Westly Richard (Rimless)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Yes, the 9mm comes in all sizes and shapes.



    1. .38 S&W (Blank) (9mm x 17 - Sport)
    2. 9mm Galland
    3. 9mm Pinfire (Lefaucheux Cartridge)
    4. .38 S&W (Kynoch) Lead Bullet
    5. .38 S&W (Norma- NP 65)
    6. .380 ACP- .380 Auto – 9mm Browning – 9mm Kurz – 9x17mm – 9mm Short (GFL 1938)
    7. .380 ACP- .380 Auto – 9mm Browning – 9mm Kurz – 9x17mm – 9mm Short (FN *)
    8. 9x18mm Makarov
    9. 9x19mm JHP (S&B)
    10. 9x19mm (Steel Core) (9M 38F 1944)
    11. 9x19mm (GFL Parabellum 9) (Strange Bullet Design)
    12. 9×20mm Browning Long (* GFL * 9)
    13. .38 Short RimFire (No Headstamp Lead Bullet Brass Case)
    14. .38 Super aka .38 Superauto (38 Eley)
    15. .38 ACP aka .38 Auto aka 9x23mmSR (.38 Kynoch)
    16. 9x25mm Mauser Export (DWM K 487 K)
    17. .38 Special Wadcutter (WW)
    18. .38 Special HP- Federal +P (Nyclad) 125 Grain
    19. .38 Special FC JHP 129 Grain Hydra Shok
    20. .357 Magnum IMI
    21. .358 Winchester (.358 Norma Re)
    22. 9x57mm Mauser (Kynoch 9mm M)
    23. 9x56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (Kynoch 9mm MS) Soft Point
    24. .35 Winchester (.35 W Kynoch) (Its Separate than .35 Win SL and .351 Win SL)’
    25. .400/360 Nitro Express (2-3/4" case) Kynoch, Westly Richard (Rimless)


    Jibran bhai i must appreciate your knowledge and interest in the subject. I cant name 25 calibers and you have elaborated 25 types of 9mm.... Commendable
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    Errr.. As the good Fraz said so aptly.. i cant even name 25 calibres. And you just named 25 types of 9mm.. Salute sir!
    Last edited by Enigmatic Desires; 13-04-2020 at 06:06 PM.
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    Jibz Bhai, glad to see such informative posts from your side after a time. Quite informative for me and really loved your GF's Wesley. Is it on your license now or still registered against his license?

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    The family of .32 aka 7.65 Calibers




    1. .32 S&W (Short)
    2. .32 ACP / .32 AUTO (7.65x17 Browning)
    3. .32 (Rimfire) Long (Headstamp U)
    4. .32 S&W Long (RWS)
    5. .32 S&W Long (PMC)
    6. .32 S&W Long Wadcutter (Geco) 100 Grains
    7. 7.65x21mm Parabellum aka .30 Luger aka 7.65mm Luger (DWM KK 471)
    8. .32 H&R Magnum
    9. .32 Remington aka 32 Remington Auto Loading aka 32 Remington Rimless
    10. .32 Winchester Special Rimmed Soft Point (32 WS Super Speed)
    11. .32-40 Winchester aka .32-40 Ballard (Kynoch)




    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz View Post
    Jibran bhai i must appreciate your knowledge and interest in the subject. I cant name 25 calibers and you have elaborated 25 types of 9mm.... Commendable
    JazakAllah Khair Roor. Allah has been gracious to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    Errr.. As the good Fraz said so aptly.. i cant even name 25 calibres. And you just named 25 types of 9mm.. Salute sir!
    Cheers ED Bhai

    Quote Originally Posted by a.basit94 View Post
    Jibz Bhai, glad to see such informative posts from your side after a time. Quite informative for me and really loved your GF's Wesley. Is it on your license now or still registered against his license?
    Many Thanks Dear. Yes its still on his license and I have that license with me. Just like the Webley, that license too has a history of its own.
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    Oooh.. As usual, you absolutely dazzle us with your information. I am an ardent life long devotee and carrier of the .2 long and the .32 acp, but I had no idea there were so many differnt ones around.

    I have been trying to fnd a .32 SNW short for ages and ages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    Oooh.. As usual, you absolutely dazzle us with your information. I am an ardent life long devotee and carrier of the .2 long and the .32 acp, but I had no idea there were so many differnt ones around.

    I have been trying to fnd a .32 SNW short for ages and ages.
    .2 long? Hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Yes, the 9mm comes in all sizes and shapes.



    1. .38 S&W (Blank) (9mm x 17 - Sport)
    2. 9mm Galland
    3. 9mm Pinfire (Lefaucheux Cartridge)
    4. .38 S&W (Kynoch) Lead Bullet
    5. .38 S&W (Norma- NP 65)
    6. .380 ACP- .380 Auto – 9mm Browning – 9mm Kurz – 9x17mm – 9mm Short (GFL 1938)
    7. .380 ACP- .380 Auto – 9mm Browning – 9mm Kurz – 9x17mm – 9mm Short (FN *)
    8. 9x18mm Makarov
    9. 9x19mm JHP (S&B)
    10. 9x19mm (Steel Core) (9M 38F 1944)
    11. 9x19mm (GFL Parabellum 9) (Strange Bullet Design)
    12. 9×20mm Browning Long (* GFL * 9)
    13. .38 Short RimFire (No Headstamp Lead Bullet Brass Case)
    14. .38 Super aka .38 Superauto (38 Eley)
    15. .38 ACP aka .38 Auto aka 9x23mmSR (.38 Kynoch)
    16. 9x25mm Mauser Export (DWM K 487 K)
    17. .38 Special Wadcutter (WW)
    18. .38 Special HP- Federal +P (Nyclad) 125 Grain
    19. .38 Special FC JHP 129 Grain Hydra Shok
    20. .357 Magnum IMI
    21. .358 Winchester (.358 Norma Re)
    22. 9x57mm Mauser (Kynoch 9mm M)
    23. 9x56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (Kynoch 9mm MS) Soft Point
    24. .35 Winchester (.35 W Kynoch) (Its Separate than .35 Win SL and .351 Win SL)’
    25. .400/360 Nitro Express (2-3/4" case) Kynoch, Westly Richard (Rimless)


    Wow!!
    Saving this for future reference and learning.. Wow again!!!
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    The Tricky .30s and Splendid 7.62s



    7.62 is generally another name for .30 so all the projectiles of the cartridges you see in this picture have a dia of approximately 7.62 mm or .30 Inch.


    1. 7.62x17 aka .30 Short Type 64 (311- 91)
    2. .30 Luger aka 7.65x21mm Parabellum aka 7.65mm Luger (DWM KK 471)
    3. 7.62x25mm Tokarev JHP (Prvi Partizan- 85 Gr- Serbian 7.62 TT)
    4. 7.63x25 Mauser (.30 Mauser Automatic)
    5. .30 Carbine (7.62×33mm)
    6. 7.62x38R (7.62 Nagant)
    7. .300 AAC Blackout, 300 BLK, (7.62×35mm)
    8. .300 Sherwood aka .300 Extra Long aka 300 Westley (.300 Kynoch)
    9. 7.62x39 (FC)
    10. 7.62x45 (Czech) (52 * 1 ♂) Black Primer
    11. .300 Savage
    12. 7.62x51 NATO
    13. .30-30 Win. 150 gr. R-P
    14. .303 Savage (Rimmed) (REM UMC)
    15. .30 Remington
    16. 7.62x54mmR (Blank)
    17. 7.62x54mmR
    18. .303 British (Blank)
    19. .303 Training Round (Dummy)
    20. .303 British aka 7.7x56mmR (7 K52)
    21. .303 British (Incendiary Round) RL 1938 B IV
    22. 30-06 Springfield (POF)
    23. 30-06 Springfield Soft Point (Kynoch)
    24. 30-06 Springfield (Super Speed)
    25. 303/.375 Axite (7.7x63.4R Kynoch)
    26. .300 Win Magnum
    27. .300 H&H Magnum Cartridge (Belted) (Super Speed)
    28. .300 Holland & Holland Flanged Magnum S.E. aka .30 Holland's Super aka .375-.30 Holland's Super Rimmed aka .30 Flanged Magnum (Hollands Super .30 K)
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    @ Jibz

    No museum in Pakistan has such extensive ammo collections as yours. You are a resource, Sir !

    30-06 Springfield (POF)

    I did not know that POF (Pak. Ord. Wah) ever made 30-06 Springfield !

    IOF (India) makes this ammo for their civilian market because service ammo is prohibited to civilians and IOF civilian market rifles are chambered for
    30-06 Springfield.

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