ⓘ 10.6×25mmR

                                     

ⓘ 10.6×25mmR

The 10.6x25mmR German Ordnance cartridge, also called the 10.6mm Reichsrevolver, the 10.6mm Service Ordnance, or the 10.55mm German cartridge, is a pistol cartridge designed by the then newly formed German Empire for their first two official service revolvers the M1879 & M1883 Reichsrevolvers. It is believed to have been influenced by, or developed from the.44 Russian cartridge, which had been developed by the American firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson for the Armies of Imperial Russia.

When they were accepted in Imperial Germany, as 10.6x25mmR German ordnance cartridge, and a Reichsrevolver already surpassed by more advanced designs used by other countries and empires of Europe and America. 10.6x25mm German ammunition cartridge will be phased out and replaced in German service at the modern 9 × 19mm Parabellum round with the adoption of the Pistol Parabellum 1908 is often called a pistol Luger in 1908, and should be used alongside its successor, the 9 × 19mm Parabellum in the First World War, and have seen minimal use during the Second world war, before finally being completely stopped.

                                     
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