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Old 02-20-2013, 11:42 PM   #361
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Correct. Many people mistakenly call it the 7.62x54 Russian
Despite the "r" meaning Rimmed.. I still think its called the 7.62x54mm Russian.. Just like 7.62x39 Russian.. At least thats whats all the reloading manuals ive seen call it...


Whats the "r" stand for after the date on the Mosin-Nagant?
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U2
"Battle of the Bulge"
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17 is the invention number, not because it holds 17 rounds.
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17th patent awarded to Glock.

And to the best of my knowledge, the Luger was first made in .30 Luger, later 9mm Parabellum, and either one or two expermental models in .45 ACP.
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17th patent awarded to Glock.

And to the best of my knowledge, the Luger was first made in .30 Luger, later 9mm Parabellum, and either one or two expermental models in .45 ACP.
Those were the words I was trying to think of.
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In the first test of the reliability of the 1917, John Browning continuously fired a belt of how many rounds?
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Yes and yes.
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17th patent awarded to Glock.

And to the best of my knowledge, the Luger was first made in .30 Luger, later 9mm Parabellum, and either one or two expermental models in .45 ACP.
Both are correct
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In the first test of the reliability of the 1917, John Browning continuously fired a belt of how many rounds?
I've heard of that test, but I'm nit sure on the number. 2, 000?
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i've heard of that test, but i'm nit sure on the number. 2, 000?
20,000 rounds but good guess
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