advent of early smokeless powder cartridges such as the.30-30 Winchester and.22 Long. Sir Samuel Baker, the famous British adventurer, wrote about his personal 2 Bore rifle named, ironically, Baby. Prescott, AZ: Wolfe Publishing.
Generally.357 for revolvers and rifles,.355 in autoloaders.363 9 mm.363 in 918mm Makarov.365.3 mm.365.362mm,.364mm Brenneke,.372mmR,.374mmR.375.5 mm.375 in,.53 mm.375 H H Magnum,.557mm MannlicherSchönauer (.375 Rimless Nitro Express (RNE) 2).40 10 mm.400.40 S W, 10mm Auto.44.9 mm.429.444. 6 The means of measuring a rifled bore varies, and may refer to the diameter of the lands or the grooves of the rifling. Artillery was classified thereby into standard categories, with 3-pdr., 4-pdr., 6-pdr., 8-pdr., 9-pdr., 12-pdr., 18-pdr., 24-pdr., and 32-pdr.
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Nope, how about the.326 2 Bore Handgun? In shotguns, each gauge of shotgun has a styling uppsala set caliber. A 4-inch gun of 50 calibers would have a barrel 4 in in long. See also edit References edit Barnes, Frank. While shotgun bores can be expressed in calibers (the.410 bore shotgun is in fact a caliber measure.41 caliber.4 mm 16 the nature of shotshells is such that the barrel diameter often varies significantly down the length of the shotgun barrel, with various levels. On such occasions my men had the gratification of firing it, and the explosion was always accompanied by two men falling on their backs (one having propped up the shooter) and the Baby flying some yards behind them. I highly recommend reading. 44 S W Russian,.44 S W Special,.44 Remington Magnum,.44 Auto Mag,.440 Cor-Bon,.44/454 JDJ Woodswalker.45.43 mm.4510.454.45 ACP,.45 GAP,.454 Casull,.45 Long Colt,.455 Webley Bullet diameter depends on bullet type/material. Price:.97, sale -.38, p3-L, large Auto w/ laser.5.5. Citation needed Pounds as a measure of cannon bore edit Smoothbore cannon and carronade bores are designated by the weight in imperial pounds of spherical solid iron shot of diameter to fit the bore. For example, the French livre, until 1812, had a mass of 489.5 g whilst the contemporary English ( avoirdupois ) pound massed approximately 454.