Belgium Pin Fire Revolver approx 11mm

 Belgium Pin Fire Revolver approx. 11mm project gun, Selling it HERE have too many other project gun already! Here's some detail photos, click to enlarge. asking $150
Belgium Pin Fire Revolver
Belgium Pin Fire Revolver 11mm

Belgian Pin Fire Pistol

1907 Savage 32 pocket pistol semi auto

1907 Savage 32 semi auto pocket pistol

The savage model  1907 .32 ACP pistol was Savage Arms Company of Utica, New York, from 1907 until 1920 in .32 ACP and from 1913 until 1920 in .380 ACP caliber. About 200 of them were produced in a .45 version and submitted to the Army to compete for the request for designs that ended up with the Colt 1911 being chosen. 
  The 1907 was mainly sold as a personal and home defense weapon and was even endorsed by Buffalo Bill Cody in an advertising campaign. The gun featured a double stack 10 round magazine one of the first of its kind. The 1907 .32 version was used produced under contract for French and Portuguese military during WWI.
Designer: Elbert Searle   Caliber: .32 ACP (7.65x17)

A comparison of rifle ammunition Calibers used in WWI & WWII

A comparison of rifle ammunition Calibers used in WWI & WWII
We know in the USA bigger is better! Theses are the standard military calibers used by the U.S.,Germany,Russia, And Italy with the 30/06 being the largest. The 8mm Mauser was very close in size the Italians tried to convert to a larger cartridge for the Carcano (7.35x51)  but it proved to be logistically too hard to supply two calibers to transition during wartime. Of course the Russian 7.62x54 was also a very respectable round.

Complete List of Commercial Rifle Cartridges

 

Rimfire

Rimfire Modern Cartridges Chart
.22 Short, .22 Long Rifle, .22 WMR, .17 HM2, .17 HMR

Common centerfire

Inches / Smaller than .30 caliber

.30 caliber – .40 caliber

.40 caliber – .50 caliber

.50 caliber and larger

.50 BMG .300 Win Mag .308 Winchester 7.62 Soviet 5.56 NATO .22LR

Metric

Smaller than 6mm

6mm–7mm

  • 6mm TCU
  • 6 mm PPC
  • 6mm-284
  • 6x45mm A.K.A. (6mm-223 Remington)
  • 6x47mm A.K.A. (6mm-222 Rem. Magnum)

7mm–8mm

8mm–9mm

9mm and larger

Wildcats, obscure, proprietary

Wildcat Cartridges Chart  
Inches

Metric

Big Bore Ammo Cartridge
4 Bore Nitro Vs 30/06

Bore/gauge


Firearm Personality Indicator Chart -What Does Your Gun Say About You?

Funny Weapon Personality Chart

We guarantee this to be more accurate than a fortune cookie or mood ring! What does a persons choice of weapon say about their personality? See the chart above for some valuable insight. Just like the car you drive you gun can tell us a lot about you. All in good fun of course so don't get your bandoleers in a wad.

Browning (FN) BAR Safari

B.A.R. Safari .338
Browning (FN) BAR Safari in 338 Win Mag
Browning BAR Rifle available calibers
The Browning BAR Safari is available in .300 Win Mag and .338 Win Mag. Many consider it to be the only semi-auto suitable for big/dangerous game hunting. It's design dates back to WWII when it was produced in the standard 30/06 caliber for military use. Safari standard calibers include the .22-250 Remington, .243 Winchester, .25-06 Remington, .270 Winchester, .308 Winchester, and .30-06 Springfield. Magnum calibers include the .270 WSM, 7mm WSM, 7mm Remington Magnum, .300 WSM, .300 Winchester Magnum, and .338 Winchester Magnum. The Safari model has an engraved, forged steel receiver and a high gloss genuine walnut stock and forearm. It is a truly beautiful weapon and considered top of the line for a semi auto rifle.
Browning BAR Safari engraving
Scroll-engraved ordinance steel receiver on the BAR MK II Safari

Bullet Shapes, Tips and Types and Their uses

Tips
Sabot -not used very often, mostly used for shotgun slug and black powder applications
Full Metal Jacket - offers deep penetration, cuts through obstacles, mostly used for combat ammo
Soft Point- popular classic hunting tip
Hollow Point- may be designed for fragmentation or controlled expansion good for self defense
Shapes
Spitzer- Popular for long range hunting/ used in military rifle rounds as well
Round Nose-popular for hunting offers more knock down but less range than spitzer
Flat Nose-are designed especially for rifles with tubular magazines
Semi Wadcutter- similar to wadcutter but offer greater range
Wadcutter-specially designed for shooting paper targets popular among some for revolver self defense also
Heel Shapes
Flat Base-classic base used in most factory loads
Boat Tail-a touchy subject but most will tell you the boat tail offers better accuracy and velocity

.950 JDJ Worlds Largest "Sporting" Bullet

.950 JDJ
As its name implies, rifles chambered for the cartridge have a bore diameter of 0.950 in (24.1 mm), which would normally classify them as Destructive Devices in the United States However, SSK sought and received a "Sporting Use Exception" to de-regulate the rifles, meaning they can be purchased like any other Title I rifle by a person over age 18 with no felonies on their criminal record.
.950 JDJ Gun

U.S. military bayonets of WWI and WWII

U.S. military bayonets; from the top down, they are the M1905 Bayonet, M1 Bayonet, M1905E1 Bowie Point Bayonet (cut down version of the M1905), and the M4 Bayonet for the M1 Carbine.
U.S. military bayonets; from the top down, they are the M1905 Bayonet, M1 Bayonet, M1905E1 Bowie Point Bayonet (cut down version of the M1905), and the M4 Bayonet for the M1 Carbine.

.45-70 Government (.458, .45-70-405)

The 45-70 Government (.458, .45-70-405) cartridge was developed by the US government in 1873 for the Springfield 1873 trapdoor rifle. It was the replacement for the .50-70-450 cartridge to provide increased range, penetration and accuracy.
Springfield Model 1873
Springfield Model 1873
It is still a popular cartridge today among many big / dangerous game hunters in the 500 or 510 grain bullet as well as for lighter game in the 405 grain version. For hunters of grizzly, elephant,rhino,and Cape Buffalo the 45-70 is a great cartridge for closer shots. The recoil is substantial and hunters will need a bit of practice to develop the shooting skill this gun requires. Marlin and Winchester both produce excellent guns chambered in 45-70. Modern ammo is also readily available from most popular manufactures.
.30-06 Springfield vs .45-70 Government
From left, .30-06, .45-70, and .50-90 Sharps
45-70 rifle
45-70 lever gun