ⓘ 9.3×57mm Mauser

                                     

ⓘ 9.3×57mm Mauser

The 9.3×57mm was created by necking up the 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge. The 9.3×57mm, introduced in 1900, is closely related to the 9×57mm Mauser, even though some dimensions of the cartridge case are slightly different. The 9.3×57mm is still fairly popular among moose hunters in Scandinavia. Factory loaded ammunition with 232 grains and 285 grains bullets is available from Norma of Sweden. The 9.3×57mm Norma factory load with a 232 grains bullet has a muzzle velocity of 2.362 feet per second for 2.875 foot-pounds force of energy, which makes it 10-20% more powerful than the 9×57mm.

                                     
  • The 9 57mm Mauser is a cartridge based on the 7.92 57mm Mauser It uses the identical 57 mm - long cartridge case, with the same shoulder angle, but necked
  • The 7.92 57mm Mauser designated as the 8 mm Mauser or 8 57mm by the SAAMI and 8 57 IS by the C.I.P. is a rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge. The
  • The 7 57mm Mauser designated as the 7 mm Mauser or 7x 57 mm by the SAAMI and 7 x 57 by the C.I.P. is a first - generation smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked
  • 8 57mm M1904 Portuguese in 6.5 58 mm Vergueiro, 7 57mm Mauser and 7.92 57mm Mauser M1907 and M1908 Brazilian in 7 57mm Mauser M1908 Uruguayan in 7x 57 mm produced
  • The 9 3 62 mm also known as 9 3 62 mm Mauser is a rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge designed in 1905 by German gunmaker Otto Bock. It is suitable
  • performance ranks the 9 5 57mm on par with or superior to similar medium - bore cartridges such as the 9 56 mm Mannlicher Schoenauer, 9 57mm Mauser 35 Winchester
  • 5 57mm Mauser designated as the 6, 5 57 by the C.I.P. is a smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked centerfire rifle cartridge developed by Paul Mauser
  • The Mauser Model 1895 is a bolt operated magazine fed rifle using the 7 57mm Mauser cartridge. It was exported to many overseas powers, including the
  • design. The Gewehr 98 action, using a stripper clip loaded with the 7.92 57mm Mauser cartridge, successfully combined and improved several bolt action engineering
  • in the Mauser Model 1889 rifle by Paul Mauser of the Mauser company. It is also known as 7.65 53 mm Argentine, 7.65 53 mm Argentine rimless, 7.65 mm Argentine