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Old 04-17-2011, 06:49 PM   #21
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The 3 is for the month. The 51 is the year. The 92 was the commie inspectors IQ.


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See how much you guys have taught me since I joined here? I take it the third one from the left is not a .38. And I'm pretty sure anyone
can tell the difference between a rimfire and a center fire.
Third from the left would be a 30 Carbine, the rimfire looks to be a 22-Magnum from CCI. A pierced primer means the firing pin actually punched a hole in the primer instead of the dent.

The one on the far right is my new pocket pistol cartridge if I can find someone to chamber a Derringer for it.


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Old 04-17-2011, 10:17 PM   #23
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And by "hot loads" the Autralian gentleman is referring to primers falling out of the primer pockets when safe pressures have been exceeded. Several of those cartridge cases ARE missing the primers- they may have been deprimed.

Believe the "Big 'un" is the metric designation for a .50 Browning Machine Gun cartridge.

Here's part of my cartridge collection-
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Another part-

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These include- besides rimfire and centerfire, other earler priming systems- pinfires, lipfires, cupfires, teatfires. The two on the white postage stamp sized background are 2 mm cartridges- one rimfire, one pinfire.
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And another part- (and HOW do you make imported photos BIGGER?)

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I understand now what "hot load" means.

And holy cow, what a collection.
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The 3 is for the month. The 51 is the year. The 92 was the commie inspectors IQ.
Let's not be too generous here, shouldn't it be more like 72?
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Several of those cartridge cases ARE missing the primers- they may have been deprimed.
Correct. I just grabbed them out of my deprimed brass box. I expect them to be standing up in the display, so it's a non-issue.


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